May I walk with you? Sixty million plus…

November 15, 2018

By Dr. Daniel Fachting, PhD

Since the historical supreme court decision to legalize abortion there have been upwards of sixty million people murdered in the womb.  But this doesn’t tell the whole story of the “sexual revolution” and population.  We have all heard of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood and the numbers of deaths perpetrated on minorities in our country.  We also know of the spread of abortion to the middle and upper classes in our

Daniel Fachting, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist, Lay Minister at Our Lady of Hope Parish in Clare, and Chancellor for Knights of Columbus Council #3029. He can be reached at fachtingcounseling1@gmail.com or by calling (989) 386-8166.

Daniel Fachting, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist, Lay Minister at Our Lady of Hope Parish in Clare, and Chancellor for Knights of Columbus Council #3029. He can be reached at fachtingcounseling1@gmail.com or by calling (989) 386-8166.

effort to limit family sizes to one or two children.

Who are these aborted people?  They were the future laborers, tradesmen, and professional people who make our world work.  They were also our future medical personnel, ministers, lawyers, scientists, teachers, voters, tax payers, and church attendees.  They were also our future children and grandchildren.

The choosing to have only one or two children is now being felt in our churches.  Through birth control, contraceptive medicines, tubal ligations and vasectomies, and other means, we limited the birth of the next generation of church goers.  How many children and grand children are not with us today because we chose to limit our family sizes?  Could that number exceed sixty million?

I know many people who deliberately limited the size of their families to one or two children.  Their reasoning appeared good.  Having more children meant economic hardship.  It meant not having the money to live a higher standard of living and a better quality of life.  An unintended consequence was that today we have fewer taxpayers, voters, and people to fill our churches.  We are paying the price.

I was recently at a birthday party for my grandson and to my surprise there were children everywhere!  In that tiny mobile home there were two infants being held by their moms and about eight other children of elementary age present.  There were more kids than adults!  I thought, “Wow! It has been a long time since I went to church and saw more children than parents.”

“May the Lord bless and keep you.  May he let his face shine upon you and give you his peace.”

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