Controversy in this regard increased after the US Supreme Court was overturned on June 24 this year 1973 in Roe v. Wade’s LawIt allows termination of pregnancy – reported by the Catholic Information Agency (KAI).
Exchange of ideas
Another such exchange took place in New Mexico, where Republican politician John Black asked Santa Fe Archbishop John C. urged Wester. It’s about Lujan Grisham – a candidate for governor of this state who has been focused on, among others, throughout his political career. Introducing pro-abortion regulations. In his letter to the archbishop, published June 28 in The Santa Fe New Mexican, Black argued, “Our faith is the only (most important) thing. It has allowed the Church to endure centuries of persecution and become what we are now. If the Church does not live up to its principles, we will soon lose our faith.”
Responding to the call, the archbishop referred to statements made by Pope Francis on June 29. He gave Holy Communion to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, who was there at the Vatican., known for its pro-abortion stance. “I will not exclude this female gubernatorial candidate from the Eucharist because she supports abortion. I believe your request is based on sincere faith and not political goals. In any case, I will not prevent her from receiving communion. .in. risk of (false) judgment that the recipient is unworthy.” “Whether someone deserves to receive the sacrament is a separate matter,” he noted.
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