Buckeye Back Roads Tour cont. We are in motion again. This morning I gave a Pro-life talk at Sacred Heart Church in Oberlin, Ohio. Preceding the talk, the priest said that we all too often don’t take the gospel message seriously. He asked, for instance, how many people “…would leave Heaven to save someone from going to Hell?” I followed up by saying in the talk that we are so ensconsed in the comfort of our own homes (air conditioning, television, music…) — read ‘Heaven;’ while 4,400 little unborn babies go to their deaths everyday in America because of abortion. Shouldn’t we be forgoing our comfort to take to the streets regularly to protest, to fill the newspapers with pro-life letters to the editor, to fill our legislators’ offices with letters, to volunteer at, and tremendously fund, local crisis pregnancy centers…? So that babies don’t die and people don’t have to go to ‘Hell’ because of the choices they make to abort. I also posed: “If abortion continues because of our own sins of omission — will we, too, go to Hell?” Note: The priest also asked another fascinating question today. “How many of us would sell all that we own, [give the money to charity] and go live with the poor (in solidarity)?” While not going to that extent, yet, a Sacred Heart Peace and Justice Group member said their church has recently become part of a nine-church Interfaith Hospitality Network in Lorain County. These churches rotate in putting up homeless families.