October 16, 2015

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Small families are limiting descendants for future generations, reader says

The Sept. 11 issue of The Criterion published a piece as a “Be Our Guest” column.

The letter writer begins, “Abortion is the greatest and most tragic injustice our world faces today.”

Abortion is a tragic injustice, but think about artificial contraception. It is practiced in secrecy, allowing Satan to enter into the sanctity of the home.

Consider that if only one person from Adam and Eve in your line of existence had refused to have one child, you would not exist.

Today, small families are limiting descendants for future generations. If Catholics had large families, it is doubtful that abortion supporters would have gained control of our government.

- Emery Mapes | Lawrenceburg

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