Our hedonistic society wrongly equates goodness with pleasure, evil with pain, thereby wrongly concluding that anything that requires sacrifice and suffering is evil. No wonder that more and more people opt to kill (themselves or the child in the womb) rather than suffer: a mother will kill her child, or a father will push his partner to abort, to avoid the suffering and hardships that bearing a child in sub-optimal circumstances brings; a man will kill himself, or a family will isolate and virtually push a family member to suicide, to avoid the hardships involved in caring for a sick person.
For inspiration in this difficult battle we draw on Christian revelation and on the Natural Law, that is, on the Law written on every human heart. This is the law that says: "It is wrong to kill" and "Do to others as you would have them do to you". We hold that no matter what society thinks is right, there is always the conscience, there is always the heart, that is wispering "killing the unborn is wrong", or "committing suicide is wrong." Moreover, we hold these two principles, the Natrual Law and Christian revelation, to be completely consistent: Nothing the Natural Law says goes against what Christian revelation says, and vice-versa.