Friday, May 30, 2008

Abortion on Demand in Brazil? No Way! Praise God

Pro-life victories seem to be few and far in between these days. Praise God for this one:

With great joy we received the news at Vida Humana Internacional, HLI’s Hispanic Division in Miami, that a piece of legislation (bill 1135/91) which would have legalized abortion on demand throughout Brazil, did not make it out of the Safety and Family Commission. This pro-life triumph was possible thanks to the very excellent pro-life movement that exists in Brazil and in particular to the efforts of Dr. Humberto Vieira, HLI’s national representative in that country. Dr. Vieira, who is founder and president of Providafamilia, has been involved with HLI for over 18 years. He has managed to create a magnificent pro-life network throughout Brazil that is well-organized and united.
Read the whole story at HLI.

2 comments:

R. E. Aguirre. said...

Faith Stats for Brazil:

1. Catholic 76%
2. "Protestant" 18%

Food to chew on.

Stats found here-
http://www.biblesociety.org/index2.htm
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R.E. Aguirre
regulafide.blogspot.com

Tim A. Troutman said...

Not to mention the pro-life European countries which are consistently Catholic. I'm sure it's just a coincidence though.