Gregory Lobo is a Junior at Seton Hall University working toward his B.A. in History. He believes that history is a key to creating a passionate pro-life movement, due to the ugliness of the historical context of abortion advocacy.
He was recently chosen to be the historian of the pro-life club in his college campus, Pirates For Life. Besides using words and history to defend the right to life, he enjoys playing video games and watching and reading about sports, especially hockey.
“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.”-William Wilberforce
“If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.”-William Wilberforce
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Like Paul, I must constantly respond to the Macedonian call for aid.”-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
I was born with spina bifida, which was given in a prenatal diagnosis. When my parents went in for one of the scans after the diagnosis, the radiologist told them that “[They had] already diagnosed this, so why haven’t [my parents] taken care of it”? The idea that prenatal diagnosis is used to justify abortion is highly offensive to me. I believe that the reason that God made me the way that I am so that I could have this story and be so personally attached to the pro-life movement and to give me a unique position to speak out against the culture of death. As such, I feel a moral obligation to speak out against this culture, especially when it is in response to a prenatal diagnosis.
If I remember correctly, it says in my bio that I’m a hockey fan, so you had to expect a hockey article at some point, so… here it is. Recently, the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships finished up in Vancouver. This is an international tournament for players under 20 years old. Anaheim Ducks […]
On Wednesday, for my birthday, I got a game for my computer, Out Of The Park Baseball 19, which is a simulation baseball game, and an incredibly in depth one at that. The first thing I decided to do was a historical simulation that was simply following the game throughout history, but there was a […]
On Tuesday night, I watched The Emoji Movie with my mother and my brother. I had seen it once before, and that was when I had gotten my idea about it. I saw through it as soon as I saw it. The Emoji Movie, MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD, is about a world of emojis, those little […]
It’s been nearly two months since we sold our house and moved into my grandparents’ house, and there will be a little more time before we move out of their house and into a new one. It is not like home entirely and there are stairs so I very seldom go up, but I have […]
The 2013-14 NBA season was probably a pretty forgetful one. I honestly couldn’t tell you if it was or not, because I forget. However, one thing really memorable came out of the 2013-14 NBA season. A visionary named Sam Hinkie took over as the general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers. Hinkie’s strategy was to take […]
Recently, rapper Kanye West performed on Saturday Night Live. While on stage, he expressed his admiration for President Donald Trump. The left-wing media reacted to this by denigrating Mr. West, mostly on race. Mr. West, being an African-American, is supposed to oppose President Trump. As if it were not bad enough that Mr. West was […]
Recently, Nike launched a new advertising campaign featuring controversial former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The advertisement showed a portrait of Kaepernick with the words “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” The move was met with swift backlash from those who disagree with Kaepernick’s kneeling for the National Anthem and his […]
Recently, I went to my uncle’s house to celebrate my cousin’s birthday. As typically happens in a family gathering, at least in my family, politics came up. The most recent political story that we were talking about was the “Unite The Right” white supremacist rally. (I’m still trying to figure out exactly how they plan […]
I had my Confirmation at the beginning of high school with the others in my class. At Conformation, many choose to take a Confirmation name, which is supposed to be that of a saint who you want to emulate in your faith journey. I, as a dumb kid, picked Michael because I thought the story […]
Last week, the news came out that convicted murderer, Robert Latimer, wrote a letter to the Canadian Federal Minister of Justice seeking a pardon or a new trial for the 1993 murder of his daughter Tracy, who had cerebral palsy. On October 24, 1993, Latimer sat Tracy in the front seat of his truck, put […]