Patrick receives a call from Randall sparking a thought-provoking debate about the issues of child hunger and abortion. As Randall raises concerns about the number of hungry children in the United States and suggests aborting them before they get hungry is humane. Patrick challenges him to consider the moral dilemma of choosing between letting a child go hungry or advocating for their death. The conversation delves into the complexities of the abortion debate, touching on topics such as quality of life, personal choice, and the value of every human life. Patrick engages with Randall and personal stories are shared from the listeners, shedding light on the profoundly positive impact of choosing life over death.
- Randall – About 10 percent of kids in the USA live with hunger. We should solve the problem of hunger before the abortion issue. (01:19)
- Cyrus shares some personal details about his early years living in poverty and he thanks God his mom choose life for him
- Andrew – Regarding Randall: There are so many flaws in what he is saying. I’d like to see Randall’s statistics because the government has a lot of ways to help with hunger and also there is no guarantee that the child will go hungry.
- Patrick shares a few emails in regards to Randall’s call
- Alex – What are the states of unborn souls? (30:48)
- Greg – What is the difference between killing a born person and an unborn person. There isn’t a difference.
- Fr. Bill – The underlining assumption about starvation is wrong. That’s not a shortage issue. Once you say reducing the number of humans by killing them is opening up a larger group of people who can get poor.
- Teresa – I am Catholic but I have had abortions. I don’t like that you are saying a fetus is a person. Unborn children are NOT people.