Security of the Person

January 28, 2017 Saturday’s Candle-light Prayer Vigil in front of Kit. City Hall. 6-7pm.

 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Our Lady of Sorrows Church 

‘Security of the Person’

On January 28, 1988 Canada’s abortion law was struck down leaving no protection for preborn babies at any stage of pregnancy.

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms founding principal is based on the Supremacy of God and the right of the individual to life, liberty and security of the person.

In order to accommodate the 1988 abortion law the rights of the preborn child were sacrificed for the ‘security of the person’ namely women and men who wanted to end the preborn’s life through abortion.

This twist in the law has achieved its goal bringing to Canadians; abortion on demand for any reason including, social, economic, gender and disability of the baby in the womb.

How secure are Canadians with this law in 2017?  We know more about the value of preborn human life through ultrasound and medical advancement and clearly see the humanity of the preborn in a different light.

We find a constant trail of broken lives of women and men who feel betrayed by the promise that abortion is the answer for their problem pregnancy.

There are currently drug and substance abuse centres like that include care for women and men who suffer the emotional and psychological after-effects of abortion and have turned to substance abuse.

Since 2012 Statistics Ontario no longer records abortion statistics leaving only those that are loosely incomplete and inaccurate. This downplays the numbers and effects of the procedure.

Besides the lives of preborn babies being at risk from abortion now more than ever we see the security of post abortive women and men at risk from the consequences of abortion’s unnatural solution to pregnancy.

Jane Richard President KW Right to Life

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