abortion

Pregnancy a woman’s issue

Tim Tebow’s mother should be commended for her bravery and selflessness, according to the Catholic Church. If not for her, the world wouldn’t have the great football star. And ...

What about overpopulation?

If the church is so concerned about abortion, why doesn’t it consider the alternatives (“Displays of crosses protesting abortion,” Journal, Jan. 22)? Why not advocate birth c ...

Outlawing won’t stop it

What a nice write-up about the abortion situation (Jan. 22). How sad so many lives have been lost. Too bad more men and women don’t do what it takes to keep from getting pregnan ...

St. Teresa’s values life

I was pleased to see the Auburn Journal address the abortion issue in Sunday’s paper. Roe v. Wade has been law since 1973 and will not cease to be an issue until it is reversed b ...

Leave abortion decision up to women

Regarding the article protesting abortion in Sunday’s Journal (Jan. 22), outlawing abortion will not stop abortion. Just like Prohibition did not stop the sale and consumption of ...

‘Thou shalt not kill’ a commandment

As you traveled around Foresthill or Auburn recently, you may have noticed hundreds of white crosses in front of various churches or on other private property. Some 400 crosses wer ...

People of China are human

This is a reply to Gordon Ainsleigh’s “China knows little of Jesus,” (Reader Input, Dec. 1, 2011). I am religious myself, but I think it is China’s decision o believe in wh ...

It’s time to abolish abortion

Abortion is a big problem in our country today. Many teens get pregnant. Then they have an abortion because they don’t know what to do with the child. But, even so, they don ...

Don’t try to redefine rape

Well, the GOP is at it again. They want to abolish abortion funding to those women who are not “forcibly” raped. What are they thinking? Is not rape a forcible act? It is har ...

All children deserve a chance

Regarding the “Sarah Palin skipped some lessons,” (Journal, Nov. 29), I do agree with the fact that she thinks the world is only 8,000 years old, which is obviously incorrect. ...