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Concern for nature is incompatible with support for abortion

November 23, 2017

120. Since everything is interrelated, concern for the protection of nature is also incompatible with the justification of abortion.

How can we genuinely teach the importance of concern for other vulnerable beings, however troublesome or inconvenient they may be, if we fail to protect a human embryo, even when its presence is uncomfortable and creates difficulties?
“If personal and social sensitivity towards the acceptance of the new life is lost, then other forms of acceptance that are valuable for society also wither away.” (Caritas in Veritate)

Source : Laudato Si'

Fr. José Luis Menéndez

Corpus Christi Church

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

It has always been difficult to understand that from the one who has nothing even the little he has will be taken away, while the one who has much will receive more. To put it simply, it means that the one who works harder will receive more from the fruit of his labors, while the one who doesn’t work will eventually lose what he had at the beginning.

This Sunday’s Gospel invites us to be bold, to be daring in serving God, to negotiate without fear the talents the Lord has placed in our hands. There is an old Spanish saying: “The one who risks nothing, neither loses nor wins.” But according to what we just read, not taking a risk and burying, because of fear, the talents of the Lord always represents a loss because it deprives us of our friendship with God, the greatest loss we can suffer in this world.

All fields of human society are begging for men, women, young people and children to be a sign of salvation and of hope. Every profession can present the opportunity to give witness. The parable of the talents encourages us to discover within ourselves this hidden strength of God and to place it at his service and at the service of our brothers and sisters. In so doing, we will have found the way to happiness both in this life and in eternity. Happy Thanksgiving!

Fr. José Luis Menéndez
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