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"in all its phases and at any age, [human] life is always sacred and always of quality. It's not just a matter of faith, but of reason and science!�
... Pope Francis, September 20, 2013

"Those who wonder what they would have done if they had lived at the time of some terrible injustice now know the answer. We do live in such a time. And we do nothing."
... writer Peter Hitchens speaking on abortion.

"There is no question that abortion is the fundamental injustice in American society. If a child has no right to develop in the womb and be brought into this world "then there is no foundation for any human rights in society."
... Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, January 12, 2018.

"Abortion intentionally kills a million innocent human beings every year. Given that brutal reality, pro-lifers are right to put greater emphasis on the lives of the unborn ... Demanding they do more is like telling an abolitionist in 1860, 'You can't be against slavery unless you address its underlying causes.'"
... Scott Klusendorfe

"The civil rights of the helpless, innocent, baby in the womb, as liberal Democrat Pennsylvania Governor Robert Casey once remarked is not about right versus left, but right versus wrong."
... New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan

"I didn't get my pro-life belief from my religion class in a Catholic school, but from my biology and U.S. Constitution classes."
... Pennsylvania Governor Robert Casey

"The unborn child means exactly zero in the calculus of power for Democratic Party leaders, and the right to an abortion, once described as a tragic necessity, is now a perverse kind of "sacrament most holy," Chaput said. "It will have a candidate's allegiance and full-throated reverence...or else."
. . . Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput (2019).




"Wherefore I beseech you, flee fornication. . . . Why sow where the ground makes it its care to destroy the fruit? where there are many efforts at abortion? where there is murder before the birth? For even the harlot you do not let continue a mere harlot, but make her a murderess also. You see how drunkenness leads to prostitution, prostitution to adultery, adultery to murder; or rather to a something even worse than murder. For I have no name to give it, since it does not take off the thing born, but prevents its being born. Why then do thou abuse the gift of God, and fight with his laws, and follow after what is a curse as if a blessing, and make the chamber of procreation a chamber for murder, and arm the woman that was given for childbearing unto slaughter? For with a view to drawing more money by being agreeable and an object of longing to her lovers, even this she is not backward to do, so heaping upon thy head a great pile of fire. For even if the daring deed be hers, yet the causing of it is thine" ... John Chrysostom (Homilies on Romans 24 [A.D. 391]).

"Roe and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, took the question of endowment of life by "our Creator" and placed it in the hands of individuals. History has shown what happens when humanity seizes such power for itself: political dictatorships, eugenics and scientific experiments unrestrained by any moorings to a moral code. Each becomes her and his own god; each becomes a taker of life, rather than a giver, inverting the creation model into one of destruction and transforming the pregnant woman from life-giver to life-taker. " ... Cal Thomas, 2008.