October 26, 2016 (Archdiocese of Washington) — An old song from the Taizé Community says, “Within our darkest night [, Lord], you kindle a fire that never dies away, that never dies away.” Something of this “light in darkness” has come to me in the deep winter of moral collapse that is present-day America. For this I can only thank the Lord and marvel at His paradoxical providence.In my parish, the darkness was made very local and very real when Planned Parenthood announced the opening of their “flagship” center, right here in our neighborhood.

Source: Planned Parenthood may regret opening its new flagship abortion center in this priest’s neighbourhood | Opinion | LifeSite

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