On June 5, the world champion Kansas City Chiefs were at the White House for celebrating their win at the Super Bowl LVII. Known as a devout Catholic, Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker wore a gold pin depicting the feet of an alleged 10-week-old fetus. In addition, he donned a tie containing the Latin phrase “Vulnerari Praesidio,” which translates to “protect the most vulnerable.” The tie, designed by the pro-life organization Live Action, was described as a unique and original creation. In a statement, Butker, a devout Catholic, expressed his intention to bring attention to those he considers “the forgotten of our society.” The 27-year-old athlete stated that he aimed to give a voice to the most vulnerable, specifically the unborn, in a setting where efforts have been made to facilitate and normalize the tragic ending of their lives.
Church Leaders reports:
As the world-champion Kansas City Chiefs posed with President Biden at the White House on June 5, one outspoken Christian boldly declared his faith without words. For Monday’s Super Bowl LVII celebration, Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker sported a gold pin of baby feet. They are the approximate size of the feet of a 10-week-old fetus.
He also wore a tie featuring the Latin phrase Vulnerari Praesidio, which means “protect the most vulnerable.” The pro-life organization Live Action, which designed the tie for Butker, called it a “one-of-a-kind original.”
Although the mainstream media largely ignored Butker’s message, it didn’t go unnoticed. Pro-life activist Anna Lulis tweeted: “This is what real masculinity looks like, courageously standing up for the most vulnerable, the preborn.”
Butker, a devout Catholic, said he wanted to draw attention to “the forgotten of our society.” The 27-year-old said in a statement, “I want to give the most vulnerable, the unborn, a voice at a place where every effort has been made to allow and normalize the tragic termination of their lives.”
“As a father who has experienced three miscarriages, my wife and I understand the hardships that come with losing a child,” Butker said. “Every life is precious and should be valued whether outside or inside the womb.”
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