In Honor of Baby Corrine — a Life Lived
By Thomas A. Glessner, J.D.
December 30, 2011
This is written in honor of baby Corrine, whose short life on earth was well lived and blessed others. Her short life on earth was full of purpose and value. She reminds us that all life, regardless of condition of dependency or physical "imperfection", has meaning and purpose and can bless others.
Much has been said over the years by some about the need for abortion so that parents will be able to terminate a pregnancy when the condition of the unborn child is terminable and "incompatible with life." They argue that since such a child will not survive long after birth that her life should be ended to prevent her parents from suffering trauma due to her condition.
Baby Corrine's life is a response to this argument. This obituary taken from the Free-Lance Star — a newspaper in Fredericksburg, Virginia — should cause those who hold to this position to think again.
Full article: fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2011/122011/12222011/672339
Copyright © 2011 by Thomas A. Glessner. All rights reserved.