The hospital doesn't in any way speak for the Catholic Church.
sam's mum (26-01-2013)
Last edited by headoverfeet; 24-01-2013 at 23:20.
I'd love to hear what the Vatican has to say about this incident.
Headoverfeet I don't want to leave your post unacknowledged, but I'm not sure I see the relevance to this thread. The article you posted does not mention the Catholic Church, in fact she states at the start that she was raised in an evangelical household (usually means Protestant?).
The prolife movement attempts to empower women to make reproductive choices in a way which facilitates life, not through abortifacient methods. Am happy to have this discussion elsewhere, but I imagine that would take this thread quite off topic if we go into further detail here.
Last edited by Jellyfishie; 24-01-2013 at 23:39.
I agree it might I'm not fussed either way though if you want to continue it than I'm sure I'll stumble across it tomorrow, I'm off to bed right now.
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