Welcome to the website of Right to Choose Life International. We are being called to bring the following invitation to every beneficiary of the Most Holy Sacrifice:

You are invited to participate in
stopping the most unholy sacrifice.

We participate by signing the Right to Choose Life Petition. But because it is better for you to understand what you are signing than for you to simply take our word for it, please look at the two sacrifices in Table 1 below. The victim in each sacrifice is the one whose life is given up. The thing which is obtained through each sacrifice is the remission of debts to the victim. The opposite of giving up your own life is to give up the life of another, and the opposite of obtaining something for others is to obtain it for yourselves. One is the most selfless and loving sacrifice, while the other is the most selfish and unloving sacrifice.

To sacrifice is to give up something to obtain something else
for yourself or for other people. (Collins Dictionary)
Most Holy
Sacrifice
The GODMAN gave up
his own life
to obtain for
others
the remission of
their debts to GOD.
most unholy
sacrifice
People give up
the life of ANOTHER
to obtain for
themselves
the remission of
their debts to the OTHER.

Table 1 - Comparison of the Two Opposing Sacrifices

Only one man, who has ever existed, was qualified to be the Victim in the Most Holy Sacrifice; and that man is the Godman. He needed to be man so that he could die, and he needed to be God so that through his death debts to God could be remitted. By dying, he proved that he was fully human; and by rising from the dead on the third day, he proved that he is fully Divine. He is none other than Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ and Son of the living God. (Please click here if you are not yet a beneficiary of the Most Holy Sacrifice.)

Beneficiaries of the Most Holy Sacrifice are the "many" for whom Jesus died (Mat. 26:28). They are invited to participate in stopping the most unholy sacrifice. Just as it was in the Most Holy Sacrifice, each victim in the most unholy sacrifice is a creditor, one to whom debts are owed. But in the most unholy sacrifice, the debts must be uncertified; because certified debts cannot be remitted by killing the creditor. (Even if the debtors get away with murder, they would still have to pay off their debts to the creditor's estate.)

The only creditors who are unable to certify the debts that are owed to them are preborn creditors, because they cannot yet do anything and they have not yet received a birth certificate, the document which certifies the debts that are owed to them. They became creditors the moment they were conceived in the womb, as we will now explain. We incur debts "as a result of DOING something" (MacMillan Dictionary, emphasis mine). The only thing a man DOES to incur a postnatal support debt (aka a "child support" debt) is to impregnate a woman. It cannot be anything else.

Similarly, if the female consented to the act which caused the pregnancy, then she incurs a prenatal support debt. Support consists of material assistance: oxygen, water, food, protection, and care. For nine months, the female pays off her support debt; and after that, the male starts paying off his support debt, with her assistance. They owe the support to their offspring. The two support debts are based on the two sorrows in Genesis 3:16-17, the woman's sorrow of childbearing and the man's sorrow of toiling to feed himself and his family.

Of the two debtors, the female is the first one to know that they have a creditor. But until recently, she has not been able to certify the debts, because she has not been able to submit proof of paternity. However, thanks to recent advancements in DNA science, she is now able to submit that proof in the form of a blood sample as early as 7 weeks gestation, long before she begins to show. Therefore, the female debtor is now able to certify the debts before the male knows that they have a creditor. By then, it will be too late for him to obtain the remission of his debt through the sacrifice of his creditor.

It is very good for the pregnant female to certify the creditorship of her offspring; because by doing that she takes away the following: 1. two temptations, the temptation for her male partner (or her parent) to want her to sacrifice her offspring, and her own temptation to sacrifice her offspring, 2. the common motive for two crimes against pregnant women, forced abortion (which is very common according to a 2023 study), and homicide (which is a leading cause of death for pregnant women according to a 2022 study), and 3. the efficacy of the most unholy sacrifice.

The efficacy of the most unholy sacrifice is its power to obtain for its beneficiaries the remission of uncertified debts. Take away the efficacy of a sacrifice and the sacrifice is stopped. Take away the common motive for two crimes and the two crimes are stopped. Take away the temptation to sin, and the sin is stopped. For all those reasons, it is very good for the pregnant female to certify the creditorship of her offspring, so that the debts can no longer be remitted by killing the creditor.

By certifying the creditorship of her offspring, the pregnant female protects her own right to choose life; and that's why the bipartisan bill of law which empowers her to do that is called the Right to Choose Life Act, while its petition is called the Right to Choose Life Petition. By signing the RTCL Petition, beneficiaries of the Most Holy Sacrifice participate in stopping the most unholy sacrifice. Please sign it now if you have not done so, because those who do not sign it will be letting the most unholy sacrifice continue. Thank you for visiting the website of Right to Choose Life International.