In Beloit, Wisconsin, at Our Lady of Assumption Church, I came across a pamphlet called: “Sing a Little Louder.” It was written by a Christian woman who lived in Germany during the Holocaust. She wrote her church was on a railroad track and on Sunday mornings, often, during the middle of the service box cars filled with Jews screaming for their lives would pass by. The response by the Christians in the church? They’d sing louder to drown out the screams. And the German woman wrote we are doing the same thing in America now. The Holocaust of abortion goes on every day here (4,400 abortions a day in the U.S.). Yet for the most part, we frenetically rush about staying busy with work, with entertainment, with all sorts of extra-curricular activity… ‘Singing’ louder and louder — as the silent screams of these little babies continue.