An Assist for Life
Serving human dignity begins with ensuring every person’s right to life from conception to natural death. That always means defending the disabled, the terminally ill and the unborn child. But our obligations go beyond that. The right to life implies other rights. It implies the right to adequate food, clothing and medical care, justice under the law and opportunities to earn a living. It also implies a right to adequate shelter; to a place each of us can call “home.”See? This is a column on homelessness as a "necessary" plank in an authentic culture of life, as opposed to the social teachings of Archbishop Bush.
Seems I'm not as crazy (or Episcopalian) as my critics are making me out to be, after all.... Read on.