Dr. John Bruchalski, author of the new Ignatius Press book "Two Patients: My Conversion from Abortion to Life-Affirming Medicine" calls in to share his story. John was born and raised Catholic and became an OBGYN. Unfortunately, he bought into the culture of death for many years and performed dozens of abortions. John talks about how his conscience, which was developed by his childhood faith, began to bother him with every abortion until he finally renounced it. He talks about his conversion experience and the pressure doctors feel in his profession to perform abortions. If you'd like to advance pro-life medicine, check out John's organization Divine Mercy Care.
Also, the legalization of marijuana is on the ballot in five states this November and many of the bishops in those states have come out against it. They stated that the negatives outweigh the positives and that the drug is overall harmful and would hurt the most vulnerable in our popularion. Gus invites listeners to call in and share their thoughts on the drug, legalization and the bishops' response.
I was just thinking yesterday that I wish a dr who once did abortions and now speaks out that these ARE babies from the moment of conception and also how these babies are being cut out of the womb like butchery and how the reason for shortage of abortions dr’s is because doctors just dont want to do it because they KNOW that these are our childrn.