Live Action report: Planned Parenthood protects sexual predators

In 2010, Planned Parenthood performed an abortion on a 13-year-old California girl who had been repeatedly raped by her father

In 2011, after undercover footage appeared to show Planned Parenthood officials failing to report suspected sex abuse of minors, the organization pledged to do more to train employees to recognize signs of abuse and trafficking. But according to Ramona Treviño, a former Planned Parenthood manager from Texas, this training did not happen. Instead, Treviño says that she was … [Read more...]

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Parish foot soldiers combat human trafficking in San Francisco hotels

Traveling on foot from fleabag flophouses to four-star hotels and everything in between, trained parishioners from St. Ignatius Church knocked on doors with the goal of educating owners or managers

On March 24, the same day that downtown San Francisco swelled with thousands of protesters marching in support of victims of gun violence, nearly 50 St. Ignatius parishioners quietly fanned out on the same streets in solidarity with a less visible group of victims – the victims of human trafficking.  Effective Jan. 1, 2018, Senate Bill 1193 added California Civil Code 52.6 to … [Read more...]

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A new zeal for souls

Help traditional Catholics fight sex trafficking

The following comes from a Rorate Caeli blog post: “Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me; and whoever receives me, receives not me but him who sent me” (Mark 9: 37). In our day, a well-formed Catholic can see the attack on the family from rampant lust: The objectification of women, artificial contraception, abortion, pornography, and prostitution. The … [Read more...]

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