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In 1973, the Supreme Court legalized abortion in Roe v. Wade, and ever since then, the issue has been one of the most controversial and divisive topics in America. For Catholics, the question of what to do in the post-Roe era is complicated. On the one hand, abortion is a grave sin that goes against the teachings of the Church. On the other hand, many Catholics believe that women who have had abortions should be treated with compassion and understanding. In addition, there is a significant Catholic population that does not believe that abortion should be criminalized.
So, where do we go from here? As Catholics, we must continue to stand up for the sanctity of life. But we must also remember that those who have had abortions are not our enemies; they are our brothers and sisters and need our love and support. We must work together to build a culture of life in which every human being is valued and respected, from conception to natural death. Only then will we be able to move forward as a nation, healed from the wounds of division.
Our uncompromising mission is to help people become saints. The One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church has ceaselessly provided God’s children with the tools and resources necessary to become saints.
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