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May 9, 2005

Pope vows to defend Catholic church's 'pro-life' doctrine

Topics: Faith

- The Guardian via The Wired Catholic
Pope Benedict XVI sent a clear message at the weekend that he intends to stick rigidly to the "pro-life" stance of his predecessor.

The former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger said he, like John Paul II, would defend "the inviolability of human life from conception to natural death".

He said it was the duty of the pontiff to ensure "obedience to the word of God" and resist "all efforts at adaptation or dilution as well as any opportunism".   Continue reading ...

Posted by Hyscience at May 9, 2005 8:38 AM

Amen to that! We need a strong leader at this time so that we can combat those who favour the culture of death. We in turn need to be strong in standing up for our faith and for what is morally right.

Posted by: Maggie4life at May 9, 2005 2:06 PM



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