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(Pictured: Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted) 'An action which is in and of itself wrong, in that it lacks goodness as discerned by the light of human reason, is never justified by circumstances or intended end. Such is the case of abortion. A medical procedure, where the direct intention is the termination of pregnancy, is an abortion.' (William H. Brophy, M.D)
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St. Colette
March 6: Colette was the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby ... Read More