L’affaire “Jane Roe” sur Radio Courtoisie

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Je serai reçu par Jean-Marie Le Méné, président de la Fondation Jérôme Lejeune, dans le cadre de
son Libre Journal sur Radio Courtoisie, mardi 9 décembre de 19 h 30 à 21 h. Nous parlerons de l’ouvrage de Norma McCorvey, L’Affaire Jane Roe. Histoire d’une manipulation, que j’ai “édité” (au sens anglo-saxon du terme) pour les Éditions de L’Homme Nouveau.
Il s’agit du récit exceptionnel de celle qui a été à l’origine de l’arrêt Roe vs Wade de la Cour suprême des États-Unis à l’origine de près de 50 millions (!) de petits Américains
“légalement” avortés… Norma McCorvey, alias Jane Roe, s’est depuis convertie, est entrée dans la pleine communion de l’Église catholique et est devenue une militante 100 % provie
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Vous pourrez entendre cette émission en direct le 9 décembre, puis en rediffusion le 10, de 2 h à 5 h et de 7 h 30 à 10 h 30 (heures de Paris).
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Les abonnés au bouquet satellite CanalSat (en Europe et en Afrique du Nord) peuvent entendre la radio en pressant le boutant “radio” de leur télécommande puis en choisissant “Radio Courtoisie”
dans la liste des radios proposées.
On peut également dans le monde entier écouter Radio Courtoisie sur internet : c’est ici !
Pendant la diffusion en direct de l’émission, vous pouvez poser des questions ou faire des commentaires en téléphonant au 01 46 51 00 85, ou en adressant un courriel à courtoisie@radiocourtoisie.net

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  1. trahoir

    Quand on voit l’état de la jeunesse US qque peut on espérer ?

    http://www.barna.org/FlexPage.aspx?Page=BarnaUpdateNarrowPreview&BarnaUpdateID=315

    Young Adults Ignore Traditional Morality

    One of the most stunning outcomes from the Barna survey was the moral pattern among adults under 25. The younger generation was more than twice as likely as all other adults to engage in behaviors considered morally inappropriate by traditional standards. Their choices made even the Baby Boomers – never regarded as a paragon of traditional morality – look like moral pillars in comparison.

    For instance, two-thirds of the under-25 segment (64%) had used profanity in public, compared to just one out of five Boomers (19%). The younger group – known as Mosaics – was nine times more likely than were Boomers to have engaged in sex outside of marriage (38% vs. 4%), six times more likely to have lied (37% vs. 6%), almost three times more likely to have gotten drunk (25% vs. 9%) and to have gossiped (26% vs. 10%), and twice as likely as Boomers to have observed pornography (33% vs. 16%) and to have engaged in acts of retaliation (12% vs. 5%).

    Liberals Differ from Conservatives

    On average, adults who describe themselves as « mostly liberal » on sociopolitical issues were twice as likely as those who describe themselves as « mostly conservative » to participate in activities that conflict with traditional moral perspectives. In particular, liberals were five times more likely to participate in unmarried sex (20% vs. 4%), more than three times as likely to view pornography (30% vs. 8%), more than twice as likely to lie (21% vs. 8) and to get drunk (17% vs. 7%), and twice as likely to engage in retaliation (13% vs. 6%) and gossip (17% vs. 9%).

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    A New Moral Code

    According to George Barna, who directed the survey, the results reflect a significant shift in American life.

    « We are witnessing the development and acceptance of a new moral code in America, » said the researcher and author, who has been surveying national trends in faith and morality for more than a quarter-century. « Mosaics have had little exposure to traditional moral teaching and limited accountability for such behavior. The moral code began to disintegrate when the generation before them – the Baby Busters – pushed the limits that had been challenged by their parents – the Baby Boomers. The result is that without much fanfare or visible leadership, the U.S. has created a moral system based on convenience, feelings, and selfishness.

    « The consistent deterioration of the Bible as the source of moral truth has led to a nation where people have become independent judges of right and wrong, basing their choices on feelings and circumstances. It is not likely that America will return to a more traditional moral code until the nation experiences significant pain from its moral choices. »