The Right And Life Of Abortion

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The Right to Life “As long as there is life, there is hope” reads The Cage by Ruth Minsky Sender. Abortion is defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the deliberate termination of a pregnancy and is most often preformed during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy.” Beginning early on in history, abortions were viable solutions for immigrants, as their pregnancy rates were higher than the natives of an area or region. As timed passed, laws on abortion began to create a war on the separation of Church and State. These issues have yet to suppress. The Catholic Church defines abortions as “the direct and purposeful taking of the life of the unborn child” according to the Catholic News Agency. Catholicism suggests that life is sacred from the …show more content…

How can one agree with killing off these cells in which life is founded upon? Truly, life that is based upon these group of cells are fully human from the moment of conception to the moment of death. ”Only machines such as clocks and cars come into existence part by part. Living beings come into existence all at once and gradually unfold their world of innate potential." (10 Reasons). In relation to faith and religion, Catholicism teaches that humans are endowed with the image and likeness of God from the moment of conception. Abortion disregards the imprinted value of a human-life by undermining its development. Karen Pazol states, “Among the 49 areas that provided data for 2006, a total of 846,181 abortions were reported" (Pazol). Almost one million innocent lives are taken annually because abortion is shrugged of as a solution to unwanted pregnancies. "These actions result in distress for not only the pregnant woman, but also her family. Though she may not tell anyone, eventually the truth reveals itself through circumstance, guilt, or mistake" (Reasons Abortions). Many people overlook the psychological effects of abortion and how devastating these choices can be. Christianet claims that abortion can truly tear a family apart when they say, "The abortion mentality destroys the family by making it more difficult for new Americans who survive beyond the womb to find the family welded together by the indissoluble bond of

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