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On Sunday I went to see Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer. It’s a film in somewhat limited release, for example, none of the Regal Cinemas in the Cleveland area are showing it, but it is a powerful demonstration of profound evil. What is most distressing is that it is a true story with much of the information and dialogue coming directly from court records.
Gosnell was an abortionist whose practice lasted decades and which was marked by such utter disregard for the lives the women he “served” at to almost beggar description. His clinic was so filthy that I’m glad films do not have ‘smell-a-vision.’ Unlicensed and meagerly trained staff provided “care” they could not legally provide with his permission and instruction.
What began as an investigation into drug trafficking exposed his violation of abortion restrictions and his practice of killing babies who were born alive. He was tried not because of his abortion practice, as reprehensible at that is, but for the murder of those live babies who survived. He is, as the film’s title reflects, ‘America's Biggest Serial Killer’ whose victims probably number in the hundreds.
While the film is not entertaining in the conventional sense, because of its subject matter, I think it is important that it be viewed, especially by millennials. It might be wise to purchase your tickets online, however, as there were fewer than a dozen seats available when I attended. I heartily encourage you to make the effort to view it.
Fr. Dennis McNeil
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1200 Lost Nation Road
Willoughby, Ohio 44094
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There is a new Used Clothing Drop-off Shed located along the fence-line in the main parking lot. Items accepted are:
All clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes, and stuffed toys. Please....NO rags, fabric scraps, pillows, toys, or household goods; please understand that these unwanted items are a hardship and expense to dispose of.
The company servicing this shed is St Pauly Textile. They have been working with a large number of parishes in New York State and are expanding now into Ohio. They send the clothing to people who can use it all over the US and World.
Recycling these clothing items help the environment by keeping your clothing out of the landfill.
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