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Pope Francis Warns of a Throwaway Culture, Calls Abortion Horrific, Media Misses the Message Comments

The inference in many media reports is utterly absurd, that Pope Francis is speaking out on the intrinsic evil of procured abortion to somehow silence his conservative critics. Sadly, this lightweight narrative has been propelled in the media, secular and religious, since Francis assumed the Chair of Peter. The truth is that Francis is as passionately Pro-Life as his predecessors. In fact, he may, with his newest inspired turn of ... Continue Reading

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  1. John
    1 year ago

    Addressing the root cause of the problem of unwanted newborns will save us these abortions stories. Society has failed to handle the issue of unwanted pregnancies and thus resulting to a high moral decadency. The answer is simple but complex; Say no to sex, except when legally bounded in a marriage. Decide to give birth to children and raise them. Lets throw more weight on educating our generation on the dangers of sexual immoralities and not support these acts simply by creating channels for easy abuse. For every one lapse in sexuality training there is likely to be one new abortion case waiting to be told.

  2. Nick
    1 year ago

    Awesome article!!!! I love Pope Francis!! We must pray for him and all of our Bishops and Priests to continue to stand for all life! I always enjoy your articles Dc. Keith

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