Hysteria has enveloped Richard Mourdock's comments on rape, abortion and God's will.
We can be victims of other people and have stuff happen as a result that has absolutely nothing to do with God’s intentions.
God doesn't intend for a drunk driver to hit us anymore than He intends for women to be raped to conceive a child.
But even in terrible tragedies, we can find ourselves with a pearl – something good, a gift – in spite of it all.
When it comes to a life, a Catholic, no matter what the circumstances accepts it – can’t snuff it out, can’t help others to snuff it out, tries to encourage them others not to. It’s actually Marian dogma. Mary, a single woman accepts life from the author, even though she knows she will been seen as a liar/whore.