Monday, November 08, 2004

A Soldier has a Choice 

On a long drive yesterday, we were listening to Dr. Dean Edell. I don't listen to Dr. Dean much anymore, but yesterday he was going on about embryonic stem cell research. He, or when of his co-workers, said something to this effect: "Our nation honors the sacrifice of the American soldier when he or she dies in battle in the service of our nation, in the service of a higher cause. Why can't our nation also honor the sacrifice of a small cluster of human embryonic cells giving up its life for the betterment of all Mankind."

Because the soldier has a choice.

RCIA tonight: Chapter thirteen, "Two Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism and Confirmation."

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