According to an article in Life News
, one of Tiller's attorneys actually mentions Christmas. Yes, Christmas, a celebration of when our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, was born. God Himself took His first Breath on this earth outside the womb of His and our Blessed Mother, Mary, the Immaculate Virgin, on the first Christmas.
Tiller does late-term abortions, executing innocent babies. (That is NOT sensationalism; it is outright fact. An abortion is an execution and the execution is performed for a fee of anywhere from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. The baby has no legal representation and is simply sentenced to death, usually for the "crime" of being an inconvenience in one way or another. Many methods of abortion such as ripping limbs off, burning in a saline solution, suctioning the baby, all would be considered cruel and unusual punishment if done to an actual criminal.) It is alleged by Operation Rescue
that one of Tiller's rent-a-cops declared he was "offended" by Nativity Scene placed on public property in front of Tiller's child slaughterhouse. The rent-a-cop allegedly took the Nativity Scene (which was not his to take) and placed it behind the fence within the parking lot for Tiller's child sacrifice building. Since the rent-a-cop was doing this while performing his functions for Tiller, it could amount to a representation of Tiller. So, if Tiller allowed his rent-a-cop to claim to be "offended" by the Nativity Scene and to go so far as to physically take it away, it seems rather hypocritical for Tiller's attorneys to mention Christmas when speaking about a case involving Tiller.
It would make sense for Tiller's rent-a-cop to allegedly claim to be "offended" by an innocent Nativity Scene. That Nativity Scene, and what it represents, could change customers' minds. The rent-a-cop receives money from a man who slaughters innocent babies. If enough customers change their minds, this could hurt the bottom line of the abortion mill and could potentially impact the fee the rent-a-cop company can charge the abortuary. Afterall, Christ's birth meant that there was an end to hell's claim over all souls. In a short thirty-three years, the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, Jesus Christ, would suffer and die to offer us the opportunity (but not the guarantee) of eternal salvation. Christ would open the gates into Heaven for those who choose Heaven (by avoiding mortal sins and confessing and having true contrition for those mortal sins committed and truly repenting). An abortion is one of the most heinous mortal sins possible. When an abortion mill customer knows she is killing her child and chooses to do so anyway, she is in a state of mortal sin. For Catholics, this is such a horrendous crime that the Catechism states that anyone who procures a completed abortion is automatically excommunicated (#2272). Thus, the parents of the baby, and/or anyone else (e.g. parents of the mother who will be having the abortion, parents of the father who impregnated the mother of the abortion victim, etc.) involved is automatically excommunicated. Thus, an abortion could result in many others being in the state of mortal sin. This is contrary to these souls achieving salvation. After the innocent baby has been sacrificed in Tiller's mill, a Nativity Scene may remind abortion mill customers to seek repentance from God (for Catholics, that means going to the Sacrament of Confession). If they do this, hell's claim over their souls might be diminished.
Let us pray for the repentence and conversion of Tiller and all of his employees and contractors. Let us also pray for the conversion of anyone else associated with the abortion indu$try.