Catholic Church Leaders Are Prioritizing Environmentalism Over Unborn Lives

Catholic Church Leaders Are Prioritizing Environmentalism Over Unborn Lives


A high-ranking Vatican official stunned Catholics during a recent interview on Italian television by announcing that the Catholic Church would not oppose a law allowing abortion.

Cardinal Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, even called the law “a pillar of our social life.”

Italy’s Law 194, enacted in 1978, legalizes abortions in the first trimester and permits them afterward if the pregnancy endangers the mother’s life or if doctors discover what the law calls “serious abnormalities or malformations” in the unborn child.

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“I believe that at this point that Law 194 is a pillar of our social life,” Paglia said on Aug. 26.

When asked whether Law 194 was up for debate, Paglia replied, “No, absolutely not.”

Tommaso Scandroglio, writing in the

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