Roman Catholic Church's Argument Against Abortion

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“Human life is sacred because from its beginning it involves the creative action ofGod and it remains for ever in a special relationship with the Creator, who is its soleend. God alone is the Lord of life from its beginning until its end: no one can under anycircumstance claim for himself the right directly to destroy an innocent human being.”The Catholic Church believes that human life begins at the moment of conception,teaching us that all life matters even if you’re in the womb. No matter the situation achild’s life is conceived, the Church believes it is irrelevant. It also teaches us that oncea child is conceived it has an immortal soul and has a right to live as much as themother.In the Ten Commandments, commandment number six states that, “you shallnot kill.” Abortion is the deliberate termination of a pregnancy, during the first 20…show more content…
Abortion is one of those topicsthat will always have exceptions, will be a 50/50 decision and the point of views willcontinually change. About twenty four percent of Roman Catholics had abortions in theyear 2014. The second largest group, by religion. The Roman Catholic Church doesn’tbelieve in pro-choice. They believe you can’t be both Catholic and pro-choice, meaningyou can’t support legal abortion, or vote politically for someone who is pro-choice. “ Thestandard line for pro-choice Catholics is that abortion is wrong for them because theChurch forbids it, but they cannot in good conscience impose their faith upon unwillingnon-Catholics by making abortion illegal. A Catholic can be pro-choice and allow otherpeople to choose abortion while they remain personally opposed to the practice.”If you conceived a child under any circumstances, in the Catholic Church’s pointof view it is wrong and an evil sin. Abortion may be legal in some states, under certaincircumstances, but no matter what abortion is still the killing of an unborn
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