ABQ JOURNAL: UNM Says No to Request For Burial of Fetal Tissue

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The above sign is from the Glenwood, New Mexico Baptist Church

I do not know what to say……sometimes I am just speechless of the actions of UNM. Thomas a’ Kempis said, “When Jesus is near, all is well and nothing seems difficult. When He is absent, all is hard.”

It appears to me that the sanctity of life is at the bottom at UNM. This University has more ethical problems that I can count over the years. The dysfunction at UNM just keeps going and going….nobody stops this dysfunction, it is a tax payer supported institution that runs amok. The problem runs very, very deep, the question I have, is why do the people of New Mexico put up with such a mess? MOST not ALL Democrats and Republicans seem to ignore this ugly stuff at UNM and make politics out of it. Politics is not the answer, JESUS is!

Shame on UNM

Read the latest here:ABQ Journal Report

More and more dysfunction at UNM……….here is a post from last week……

UNM is suffering from corruption……..has been for years…..

Thomas a’ Kempis said, “When Jesus is near, all is well and nothing seems difficult. When He is absent, all is hard.” Jesus is absent from UNM and that is why things are so hard and there is unethical behavior at this tax payer supported institution.

When you kick God out..chaos occurs…..it is very sad, very heart breaking the road UNM has been on…..

And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people. Ephesians 6:18

I posted this yesterday afternoon but have added an update from the Albuquerque Journal below……….

I am thankful that New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is holding UNM accountable. I appreciate that AG Balderas does not care if a person is a Democrat or Republican, he will go after them. It is about time UNM be held accountable!

The dysfunction of this tax payer institution must stop. What a poor example for our youth and all of us. So many ethical infractions over the years. They educate our children?

KOB TV  reports:

A report released by the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General details what the office calls the flagrant abuse of transparency laws by University of New Mexico officials.

Two reports for you including the Journal update…….

KOB TV Report ABQ Journal Report

From Bill Federer of the American Minute:

One of the most famous Albanians was the daughter of an Albanian grocer.
Born in 1910, she joined a Catholic religious order at age 18 and began working in the slums of Calcutta, India.
She founded the Missionaries of Charity,and was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1979.
This was Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Malcolm Muggeridge, a British Journalist who had converted to Christianity, wrote in “The Human Holocaust,” (Human Life Review, 1980):
“Mother Teresa … in Calcutta, goes to great trouble to have brought into her Home for Dying Derelicts, castaways left to die in the streets.
They may survive for no more than a quarter of an hour, but in that quarter of an hour, instead of feeling themselves rejected and abandoned, they meet with Christian love and care …
… Mother Teresa’s … love and compassion reach out to the afflicted without any other consideration than their immediate need, just as our Lord does when He tells us to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, clothe the naked.
She gives all she has to give at once, and then finds she has more to give … Something of God’s love has rubbed off on Mother Teresa.”
Phyllis Schlafly wrote in The Power of the Positive Woman (NY: Arlington House Publishers, 1978):
“Few women in history have ever known the career fulfillment that Mother Teresa has known.
She is the Albanian nun who has made it her mission to minister to the poor and dying in Calcutta, India …
She has become a living legend, acclaimed throughout the world-a career success and a happy woman by any standard. And Mother Teresa has said that men could never equal women in love and compassion.”
Mother Teresa explained:
“Many people mistake our work for our vocation. Our vocation is the love of Jesus.”
“God hasn’t called me to be successful. He’s called me to be faithful.”
“If you want to pray better, you must pray more.”
“We can do no great things, only small things with great love.”
Ronald Reagan wrote in “Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation,” (Human Life Review, 1983):
“The revered Mother Teresa, who works in the streets of Calcutta ministering to dying people in her world-famous mission of mercy, has said that ‘the greatest misery of our time is the generalized abortion of children’ …
We can echo the always-practical woman of faith, Mother Teresa, when she says, ‘If you don’t want the little child, that unborn child, give him to me.'”
On February 3, 1994, frail 83-year-old Mother Teresa addressed the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., before an audience of 3,000, including President and Mrs. Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore:
“Jesus died on the Cross because that is what it took for Him to do good to us – to save us from our selfishness in sin …
… The greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a war against the child, a direct killing of the innocent child, murder by the mother herself,
and if we accept that a mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another?”
The Old Testament version of abortion was sacrificing innocent children to pagan gods.
Proverbs 6:16-17 “The Lord hates … hands that shed innocent blood.”
God is just, and though patient and long-suffering, He will eventually judge individuals and nations who shed innocent blood, unless they repent.
2 Kings 21: “King Manasseh did evil in the eyes of the Lord, following the detestable practices of the nations the Lord had driven out before the Israelites … He sacrificed his own son in the fire (to Moloch) …
The Lord said through his servants the prophets:
“Manasseh … has done more evil than the Amorites who preceded him … Therefore this is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: I am going to bring such disaster on Jerusalem and Judah that the ears of everyone who hears of it will tingle …
Manasseh also shed so much innocent blood that he filled Jerusalem from end to end.”
2 Kings 24:2-4: “The LORD sent Babylonian, Aramean, Moabite and Ammonite raiders … to destroy Judah … because of the sins of Manasseh and all he had done, including the shedding of innocent blood. For he filled Jerusalem with innocent blood, and the LORD was not willing to forgive.”
Urging America to repent, Mother Teresa stated:
“How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? …
We must persuade her with love and we remind ourselves that love means to be willing to give until it hurts. Jesus gave even His life to love us.
So the mother who is thinking of abortion, should be helped to love, that is, to give until it hurts her plans or her free time, to respect the life of her child.
The father of that child, whoever he is, must also give until it hurts.
… By abortion, the mother does not learn to love, but kills even her own child to solve her problems.
And, by abortion, the father is told that he does not have to take any responsibility for the child he has brought into the world. The father is likely to put other women into the same trouble.
So abortion just leads to more abortion.”
Mother Teresa continued:
“Any country that accepts abortion is not teaching its people to love, but to use violence to get what they want. That is why the greatest destroyer of love and peace is abortion.
Many people are very, very concerned with the children of India, with the children of Africa where quite a few die of hunger, and so on.
Many people are also concerned about all the violence in this great country of the United States. These concerns are very good.
… But often these same people are not concerned with the millions who are being killed by the deliberate decision of their own mothers …
We have sent word to the clinics, to the hospitals and police stations: ‘Please don’t destroy the child; we will take the child.’
So we always have someone tell the mothers in trouble: ‘Come, we will take care of you, we will get a home for your child.'”
Mother Teresa spoke further:
“And we have a tremendous demand from couples who cannot have a child …
Jesus said, ‘Anyone who receives a child in my name, receives me.’
By adopting a child, these couples receive Jesus but by aborting a child, a couple refuses to receive Jesus.
Please don’t kill the child. I want the child. Please give me the child.
… I am willing to accept any child who would be aborted and to give that child to a married couple who will love the child and be loved by the child.
From our children’s home in Calcutta alone, we have saved over 3,000 children from abortion …”
Mother Teresa concluded:
“If we remember that God loves us, and that we can love others as He loves us, then America can become a sign of peace for the world.
From here, a sign of care for the weakest of the weak – the unborn child – must go out to the world.
… If you become a burning light of justice and peace in the world, then really you will be true to what the founders of this country stood for. God bless you!”
Declaring January 22, 2018, National Sanctity of Human Life Day, President Trump stated:
“We focus our attention on the love and protection each person, born and unborn, deserves … Reverence for every human life, one of the values for which our Founding Fathers fought, defines the character of our Nation.
Today, it moves us to promote the health of pregnant mothers and their unborn children … It dispels the notion that our worth depends on the extent to which we are planned for or wanted.
… Science continues to support and build the case for life. Medical technologies allow us to see images of the unborn children moving their newly formed fingers and toes, yawning, and even smiling.
Those images present us with irrefutable evidence that babies are growing within their mothers’ wombs – precious, unique lives, each deserving a future filled with promise and hope.”
On September 5, 1997, just five days after Princess Diana was killed, Mother Teresa died. On September 4, 2016, Pope Francis recognized her as a saint in the Catholic Church.
Albanian Mother Teresa shared what motivated her:
“I see Jesus in every human being. I say to myself, this is hungry Jesus, I must feed him.
This is sick Jesus. This one has leprosy or gangrene; I must wash him and tend to him. I serve because I love Jesus.”
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