“... and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.”
Step 1: Watch the Video
This video provides an introduction to the Abortion Industry in America by way of historical research on its origins and the Eugenics Movement, a former abortionist’s testimonial on the abortion industry, as well as footage from private investigations.
Source Video Outline
Episode 1: History: What are Planned Parenthood’s Origins?
Maafa 21: Black Genocide in the 21st Century America
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Episode 2: Testimonials: What Does Experience Say?
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Episode 3: Investigations: What Does Evidence Say?
Sexual Abuse Cover Up at Planned Parenthood
© 2022 Live Action, www.liveaction.org. This attribution applies to all nine Episode 3 videos.
Black Lives Don’t Matter at Planned Parenthood
Medical Misinformation at Planned Parenthood
Sex-Trafficking Cover-up at Planned Parenthood
Mammogram Falsehoods at Planned Parenthood
Sex-Selective Abortion at Planned Parenthood
Is It Safe? Abortion Risks
Prenatal Care Deception at Planned Parenthood
Debunking Planned Parenthood’s “3%” Abortion Myth
Music by Clamavi De Profundis
Step 2: Review Important Principles
After watching the video, give teens a chance to comment or ask questions. Go over the following together.
Created Beings: All humans are precious because they are made in the image of God.
Health: Abortion kills an unborn child and harms mothers. Abortion is not a healthcare service.
Honesty: Planned Parenthood is an abortion corporation. To call abortion a small percentage of its services is grossly misleading. The Eugenics movement, upon which Planned Parenthood was founded, was based on a lie that Blacks are unfit to procreate.
Charity: Instructing the ignorant is a work of mercy. Explaining the truth about abortion and Planned Parenthood can help prevent tragedies and lead to healing.
“Could it be that when we said that we would no longer sit in the back of the bus, a place was being reserved for us down at the abortion clinic?”
- MLK’s Niece Alveda King
Step 3: Practice the Role-Play
Scenario #1: Racism Roundup
It’s lunchtime and someone near you mentions a recent rally where there were apparently actual KKK members participating. “I thought that group disbanded years ago,” comments a peer nearest you. He continues, “Their history is so tainted—killing people just because they were Black and talking about the ‘white race’ being supreme.
I didn’t realize there were still people who thought that way.”
Scenario #2: Mythical Math
An ad defending federal funding of Planned Parenthood comes on during a football game...
“We don’t want to think of people just in terms of categories: black, white, Hispanic, gay, bi, trans, or whatever else. We want to think of people as persons.”
-Rev. Paul Scalia
Download the program materials and distribute to participants. The materials include the important principles and the complete role-play scenarios for participants to review and put into practice.
Allow about two hours (one hour for video, one hour for role playing). One parent presents the video program to three or four teen friends with youth in the front of the room and their parents in the back of the room. After presenting the video, move to another room and act out the role playing scenarios. Give each teen a chance to read the “You” part of each script. Parents take the roles in the scripts opposite of “You.” The role playing was a primary motivation for developing the T2 : Tough Topics programs. Youth in the parish wanted not only to learn about a tough topic but also to get practice articulating the principles underlying the Christian response to the topic.
13+ years old, defer to parent’s judgement. A segment of the video program contains strong and explicit material unsuitable for pre-teens.
Prerequisite: Some sex ed covered by parents.
Helpful sex ed resources: PUREly YOU!, Theology of the Body for Teens, Sexual Wisdom for Catholic Adolescents
See other age appropriate recommendations in Raising Children of Light.
To search for life affirming help near you such as medical services, financial assistance, work or education opportunities, material and legal support, recovery, mental health, prenatal diagnosis resources and care for children, visit herplan.org
For those suffering in the aftermath of abortion: Project Rachel https://hopeafterabortion.com
Project Rachel is a diocesan-based network of specially trained priests, religious, counselors, and laypersons who provide a team response of care for those suffering in the aftermath of abortion. In addition to referring for Sacramental Reconciliation, the ministry provides an integrated network of services, including pastoral counseling, support groups, retreats and referrals to licensed mental health professionals.
It's normal to grieve a pregnancy loss, including the loss of a child by abortion. It can form a hole in one's heart, a hole so deep that sometimes it seems nothing can fill the emptiness. Be assured that there is forgiveness, hope and healing – many women and men have participated in diocesan Project Rachel Ministries and returned to a loving relationship with God.
For care and support for any pregnant mother: Gabriel Project, Toll-Free Confidential Helpline at 866-444-3553, https://www.gabrielproject.org.
For an example of genuine help for pregnant mothers: Paul Stefan Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8OeMJ3wmxA
For young children 3-7 years old, Philo and Sophie: Philosophy for Children by Healing the Culture www.philoandsophie.org
For science-based arguments in support of supernatural truths, view free videos such as "The Remarkable Evidence of a Transcendent Soul," and "Science, God, and Creation," available at www.magiscenter.com/videos
For classic philosophical principles: Ten Universal Principles: A Basic Primer on Respect for Human Life, https://www.healingtheculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Ten_Principles_Flyer_Mar2016.pdf