Andrew Breitbart Addresses Students for Life

At C-PAC on January 10, 2012 Andrew Breitbart, who died today, explains how he became pro-life.  Brietbart always understood that the struggle over the culture was more important that the political battles, although they were very important.  Adopted as an infant, and the father of four kids, Breitbart understood how the pro-abort dominance of the arts and entertainment helps sustain the pro-abort cause.  Something for us all to remember and to work to change.

About Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 26 years. Small town lawyer. President of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center.

2 thoughts on “Andrew Breitbart Addresses Students for Life

  1. I pray to God that I someday will have a modicum of the courage that Andrew Breitbart possessed. The Adoption message is very close to home in our household and sadly it is rarely discussed in the general world. The militant secular world is obsessed with abortion because it reflects their hatred toward God and life. Let’s never forget that their hatred is really directed, not at us but God Himself, which by our faith and our belief in life is the only way they can project their true hatred. I have had too many conversations with militant secularists in which at the end of the day, I found this to be oh so true.

    Servant of God, Father Patrick Peyton the Rosary Priest and founder of Family Theater in Hollywood truly believed that Hollywood would eventually be a beacon of hope to the rest of the world. It may sound ludicrous now, but Christian hiding in Rome in 310 AD would have thought the same thing if you told them that within their lifetimes Rome would be the center of the Faith. In the1940s, Father Peyton saw the filth long before others did and believed it would end and be replaced by faith.

    My trips to speak at Family Theater in Hollywood were some of my favorite stops. Talk about faithful people shining the light in a midst of a cesspool. I really looked forward to finding a way to connect with Andrew on my next visit out there later this spring when my next book, “The Tide Continue to Turn Toward Catholicism,” was scheduled to come out. I had heard so much about him and I really wanted to meet him. Sadly that won’t be the case. However, I pray that he will be assisting those from above who will continue his struggle to bring truth to a world being told lies by the mainstream media. We certainly will need lots of help and prayers with the latest attacks on Faith emanating from the corridors of power. Andrew left behind a wife and four children. In addition to our prayers for him, let us not forget his family.

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