Our friend Matthew Warner over at Fallible Blogma has put together a touching one minute video to "help people better connect the political issue of abortion to the reality of abortion." I think he did an excellent job.
So many Christians leave Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels for their Lenten devotion or fast. With the purpose of Lent being to rededicate our lives to God and grow in holiness, I understand why so many fast from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more for Lent. Our social media feeds these days are full of darkness, sadness, and temptation. They are far from the original purpose of the platforms to bring community together. Pope Benedict said in his message for World Communications Day 2013, “Believers are increasingly aware that, unless the Good News is made known also in the digital world, it may be absent in the experience of many people for whom this existential space is important.” He continued. “Social networks… also reshape the dynamics of communication which builds relationships.” This is part of the reason why I dedicate my time to sharing the Good News online. I believe in my call as a Christian to go and make disciples of ALL NATIONS – eve