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The bishops have released a statement encouraging Floridians to vote "no" on Amendment 3, to prevent increased addiction to marijuana and adverse health outcomes for our communities. 

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who use marijuana have almost a 10% likelihood of becoming addicted, with that risk increasing in people who use marijuana frequently or start using it during youth or adolescence. Additional research links the use of marijuana by young adults to psychiatric disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Women who use marijuana while pregnant increase the risk of stillbirth, premature birth, low birth weight and impaired development of the baby's brain. 

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 THE MOST IMPORTANT Tik-Tok challenge in life, it is life itself

Permeated as we are by the culture of death;  having the reality of abortion knocking at the door of every single family and every single young girl; having had the protection of this crime for so many years in our beautiful Country that cost the lives of at least 70 million babies at a rate of 1.9 million per year; dealing with all the consequences of post abortion situations, including the high rate of suicides among young mothers; I do guess, it deserves to take a few minutes to participate in this challenge.

Please, watch the link of a short documentary I added down below, and then let me know if it doesn’t change your mind regarding the protection of innocent babies.  By the way, you could be one of them. Have courage, watch it.

Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood abortion facility director, has explained that if people could see babies being “dismembered” in the womb, they’d oppose the “barbarity” of abortion.

“I think that if people really saw abortion for what it is, I think that more people would be against it. I think one of the reasons that abortion continues to escalate in this country, I think one of the reasons that so many people are protesting against the overturning of Roe v. Wade, is because you don’t see the victim of abortion”, said Johnson, the noted American pro-life campaigner.

Johnson once worked as a director at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility. She later quit the industry after witnessing the horror of abortion first-hand.

“You don’t see this child being dismembered in its mother’s womb”, Johnson explained. “You don’t see the body parts stacked on top of each other. I think if people could actually see the barbarity of abortion, if they could see how terrible abortion is, more people would be against it.”

A SPUC spokesperson said: “The abortion industry depends on covering up the horrors that take place within its doors. Seeing is believing, and abortion is so horrific that many people simply cannot comprehend the sheer brutality of a baby being dismembered in its mother’s womb.

“That is why Abby Johnson and other former abortion workers  are so important, conveying the shocking truth about abortion to good but uncomprehending people so far unaware of what an abortion is and what is being destroyed.

“There are certain truths, particular images, which cannot be unseen. The image of the deliberate killing and taking apart of an unborn baby is one such image: that of an innocent life being disarticulated. That is what an ‘abortion’ is and what Johnson saw: ‘A spine twirling around in the mother’s womb before succumbing.’ 

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The Silent Scream, Bernard Nathason



(LifeNews/InfoCatólica) Abby Johnson, ex directora de un centro abortista de Planned Parenthood, ha explicado que si la gente pudiera ver cómo se “descuartiza” a los bebés en el útero, se opondría a la “barbarie” del aborto.

“Creo que, si la gente viera realmente el aborto tal y como es, creo que más gente estaría en contra. Creo que una de las razones por las que el aborto sigue aumentando en este país, por las que tanta gente protesta contra la anulación de Roe contra Wade, es porque no se ve a la víctima del aborto”, dijo Johnson, la conocida activista provida estadounidense.

Abby Johnson fue directora de un centro abortista de Planned Parenthood. Más tarde abandonó el sector tras ser testigo directo del horror del aborto.

“No ves a ese niño siendo desmembrado en el vientre de su madre”, explicó Johnson. “No se ven las partes del cuerpo apiladas unas encima de otras. Creo que, si la gente pudiera ver realmente la barbarie del aborto, si pudieran ver lo terrible que es el aborto, más gente estaría en contra.”

Un portavoz de SPUC dijo: “La industria del aborto depende de encubrir los horrores que tienen lugar a sus puertas. Ver para creer, y el aborto es tan horrible que mucha gente simplemente no puede comprender la brutalidad de un bebé desmembrado en el vientre de su madre.”

“Por eso son tan importantes Abby Johnson y otros antiguos trabajadores abortistas, que transmiten la estremecedora verdad sobre el aborto a gente buena pero poco comprensiva, que hasta ahora no sabe lo que es un aborto y lo que se destruye.”

“Hay ciertas verdades, imágenes particulares, que no pueden dejar de verse. La imagen del asesinato deliberado y la destrucción de un bebé no nacido es una de esas imágenes: la de una vida inocente desarticulada. Eso es un aborto y lo que Johnson vio: "Una espina dorsal dando vueltas en el vientre de la madre antes de sucumbir. “ 

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El grito silencioso, Bernard Nathason


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