Pope Francis Condemns Abortion as ‘Direct Killing’ of Unborn Children

Pope Francis Condemns Abortion as ‘Direct Killing’ of Unborn Children

ROME, Italy — Pope Francis underscored the inviolable right to life from conception to natural death in an address to the Pontifical Academy for Life Monday.

People have gotten used to abortion, the pope said in his address in the Vatican, because they fail to look at the reality and see “it is really a murder.”

Abortion consists in “the disposal of children that we do not want to accept,” he said, meaning they are “returned to sender by direct killing.”

“It is really a murder and to understand it well perhaps it helps us to ask a double question: is it right to eliminate, to take out a human life to solve a problem?” he asked. “Is it okay to hire a hitman to solve a problem?”

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“This is abortion,” he said.

Hundreds of little plastic foetuses are displayed on a square in Houten, August 12,

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