If Unborn Children Could Speak, Is This What They Would Say? A Bishop’s Stirring Answer

@bishophying, Twitter / majid johar, YouTube / ChurchPOP

If unborn children could speak for themselves, is this what they would say?

Bishop Donald Hying of the Diocese of Madison, Wis., gave a voice to the voiceless in a recent Twitter post.

The bishop presented an unborn child’s possible words if he or she could speak.

Here’s his tweet below:

@bishophying, Twitter

Bishop Hying’s full tweet reads, “If unborn children could speak, wouldn’t they say, ‘Let me be born. Let me walk, learn, dance and sing. Let me love God, pray, and make my contribution to the world. Let me fall in love, and know truth, beauty and goodness.’ Wouldn’t they say all of these things? Wouldn’t they?”

As of this writing, the bishop’s tweet generated 1,600 likes, almost 80 comments, and nearly 450 retweets.

Here’s how some people reacted:

@lesuAloha, Twitter

This user wrote, “Bishop Hying, yes, may I offer mine?]They would say, ‘Mom, let me to be born, for there is a time to be born, to watch me crawl, to love me, a time to weep, a time to laugh, & a time to morn, but this isn’t the time to mourn, but a time of hope knowing God is with us both.’ [Eccl] 3:1.”

@deb_treister, Twitter

Another user wrote, “😢  They would! And how our world has been deprived–deprived ourselves of the many great works of art, music, discoveries, beauty, truth, goodness God intended for us in the souls of lives extinguished?”

@DrMAUrlakis, Twitter

This user added, “Yes, Your Excellency, they would! Made in the Image and Likeness of God, their precious lives are sacred from the first moment of existence. Thank you for defending the sanctity of every human life!”

What are your thoughts about Bishop Hying’s tweet?

Our Lady of Guadalupe, please pray for and protect the unborn!

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