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Vatican renews religious freedom, autonomy cliams following European rights court ruling

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Uploaded by on Jan 16, 2013 This week the European Court of Human Rights upheld the religious freedom of certain individuals, but also struck down the standing of conscientious objection. In response, the Vatican drafted a statement calling out the dangers of falling into a dictatorship of relativism, which leads States to dictate between good and bad deeds. It states that this process does not allow individuals to determine themselves wrong form right.

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