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Knights of Columbus in Mexico: 15 reasons to say 'No' to abortion

.- The Knights of Columbus in Mexico, in keeping with their long tradition of defending life and promoting Christian principles, have published a document containing fifteen important observations about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the unconstitutionality of the legalization of abortion.

According to the Knights, the document is an expression of support for “the statements by Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera in his homilies and for the position of the Bishops’ Conference and that of many bishops and priests.”  It is also an invitation to the faithful to pray for the “victims of the murder of the unborn and for their own victimizers.”

“The Knights of Columbus have maintained a firm position in favor of the marvelous gift of life,” the group said, noting that it has confronted organizations that have received funding from suspicious sources and that are working together with government officials to pass legislation undermining the dignity of the human person and promoting the killing of the innocent.

“Such acts of cowardice are supported by thoughtless lawmakers and by an apathetic public that doesn’t appear to be conscious,” the Knights said.


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