Lesbian Episcopal “Priest” Named President and CEO of National Abortion Federation

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There are many people out there who are so blind to what is right and what is wrong because they claim no allegiance to any moral system other than what they’re told by the culture is progressive enough to approve of. These people have little moral grounds on which to stand, but they do not claim to adhere to the objective morality contained in the pages of the Bible, although they may often erroneously accuse Christians of being “hypocrites” and declare that such hypocrisy is why they’re not a Christian themselves. 

Then there are those who actually claim to be knowledgeable of Scripture and adhere to the moral principles contained in the Bible, claim to have authority in the Church, and yet every aspect of their life screams the opposite. 

“Reverend” Katherine Ragsdale is one of these people, and ought to be rebuked as the outright blasphemer and minister of evil that she truly is by the authentic members of the Church. 

Although Rev. Ragsdale has previously made headlines as a lesbian “priest” of the Episcopalian denomination, she has recently ascended to the upper echelons of the cult of Moloch after being awarded the title of president and CEO of the National Abortion Federation (NAF).

“Abortion providers are some of my personal heroes and modern-day saints,” the long-time abortion activist said when her promotion was announced in late October.

According to LifeSite News, Ragsdale had been NAF’s interim president and CEO since September 2018. The previous bearer of these titles, Vicki Saporta, earned a salary of $392,018 in 2017, according to NAF tax records.

“For decades, Katherine Ragsdale, a false prophet, has been trying to put religious vestments on child-killing,” said Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life and president of the National Pro-Life Religious Council, told LifeSiteNews. “She led the ‘Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights’ (now the ‘Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice’), which actually provides rites of blessing for parents about to kill their children, and for the facilities in which the blood is shed.” 

The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, Pavone adds, provides “Scripture studies that attempt to say exactly the opposite of what Scripture says about what God thinks of the shedding of innocent blood.”

“It actually reveals one of the greatest weaknesses of the abortion industry: science is not on their side, logic is not on their side, and history is not on their side,” Pavone told LifeSite, stating that Ragsdale’s presidency is no surprise. “They ran out of arguments a long time ago to try to justify abortion. So now, all they have left is to disguise it in ‘spirituality.’”

“They try in vain to take the stigma out of abortion — but that effort continues, and that is what this new development represents,” he added.

As we’ve previously reported, Ragsdale has made it her mission for decades to normalize and improve access to the execution of children in utero, including declaring abortion to be a blessing and giving free gas cards to mothers seeking abortion. 

As a so-called “priest,” Ragsdale has added appeal to the abortion cult as she appears to lend an air of spiritual authority in rebutting conservative, biblical arguments against abortion. See, the left thinks that anyone who claims to be a Christian can redefine the faith in closer accordance with their progressive values and that doing so is valid. This is something that they fail to understand about the authority of the Scripture. 

In an April 2019 speech at a Kentucky Reproductive Freedom Fund fundraiser, Ragsdale argued that not only does the Bible not prohibit abortion, it’s intellectually dishonest and “manipulative” to refer to a fetus as a “baby.” 

“‘One inch from life,’ they say while showing a picture of a Gerber baby,” Ragsdale said of pro-life advocates who oppose partial-birth abortion, prompting laughter from attendees. 

“Apart from ‘one inch from life’ being a lie, the Gerber baby image is a lie,” she continued. “And actually, using the word ‘baby’ is a manipulative lie.” 

Abortionists affiliated with NAF, however, would beg to differ.

Life Site reports:

Undercover video from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) taken at a NAF conference shows abortionists saying the work they do is “killing,” complaining about how “difficult” it is to tear apart a fetus, and lamenting that they’re not given a place to discuss the “heads that get stuck that we can’t get out.”

Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart, meanwhile, told a BBC reporter this year, “I think that it is a baby, and I use [the word] with patients.” 

“And you don’t have a problem…with…killing a baby?” the reporter hesitantly asked.

“I have no problem if it’s in the mother’s uterus,” Carhart responded without flinching.

“A big part of their healing is to dig themselves out of the many layers of lies that they told themselves to justify the killing they carried out,” Pavone said of Ragsdale’s attempt to use language to insulate abortion advocates from reality. “Those lies take many forms: rationalization; intellectualization; and here, in the example of False Prophet Ragsdale’s leadership, ‘spiritualization.’ And the lies by which spiritual and biblical language attempt to justify murder are among the most damaging to those who fall captive to them.”

Pray for the soul of this vile woman. It will take nothing shy of a miracle from God’s own hand reach such an unrepentant lover of death.

 

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