Friday, October 19, 2012

Abortions could merit 300-year sentence

Pro-life leader: Morin trial reveals tragedy of abortion
Thousands of people take part in an anti-abortion march in Madrid, Spain, March 7, 2010. Juan Medina, Reuters / CNS.
This Catholic News Agency story reports on another horrible situation in the practice of abortion.

Spanish pro-life leader Josep Miro, who is president of e-Christians and a member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, said the trial of Doctor Carlos Morin has put a spotlight on the tragedy of the abortion industry.

Speaking to CNA on Oct. 16, Miro said the trial of the Spanish doctor, accused of performing more than 100 illegal late-term abortions, has revealed "the tragedy behind this. There are women who see their children as a burden, from the economic point of view, and there are some groups of people who are dedicated to this for the sole purpose of making a lot of money."

For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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