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abortion
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1 Int, 3 | type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or wilful self-destruction, 2 1, 8 | children, such as happens in abortion or when, in the wider context 3 1, 13 | facilitate the spread of abortion, enormous sums of money 4 1, 13 | are capable of removing abortion from any kind of control 5 1, 13 | effective remedy against abortion. The Catholic Church is 6 1, 13 | accused of actually promoting abortion, because she obstinately 7 1, 13 | subsequent temptation of abortion. But the negative values 8 1, 13 | of view contraception and abortion arespecifically different 9 1, 13 | gravity, contraception and abortion are often closely connected, 10 1, 13 | cases contraception and even abortion are practised under the 11 1, 13 | avoided at all costs, and abortion becomes the only possible 12 1, 13 | contraception and that of abortion is becoming increasingly 13 1, 14 | proposing and procuring an abortion. This is eugenic abortion, 14 1, 14 | abortion. This is eugenic abortion, justified in public opinion 15 1, 14 | to justify the right to abortion. In this way, we revert 16 1, 16 | Contraception, sterilization and abortion are certainly part of the 17 1, 17 | contraception, sterilization and abortion widely available. Nor can 18 1, 17 | contraception, sterilization, abortion and even euthanasia as a 19 1, 20 | when the laws permitting abortion and euthanasia are the result 20 1, 20 | begun.~To claim the right to abortion, infanticide and euthanasia, 21 1, 26 | tempted to have recourse to abortion. Increasingly, there are 22 1, 27 | view of laws which permit abortion and in view of efforts, 23 3, 54 | put a child to death by abortion nor kill it once it is born ... 24 3, 54 | kill their children and by abortion cause God's creatures to 25 3 | the unspeakable crime of abortion~ ~ 26 3, 58 | committed against life, procured abortion has characteristics making 27 3, 58 | Vatican Council defines abortion, together with infanticide, 28 3, 58 | obscured. The acceptance of abortion in the popular mind, in 29 3, 58 | Especially in the case of abortion there is a widespread use 30 3, 58 | pregnancy", which tends to hide abortion's true nature and to attenuate 31 3, 58 | reality of things: procured abortion is the deliberate and direct 32 3, 58 | moral gravity of procured abortion is apparent in all its truth 33 3, 58 | the decision to have an abortion is often tragic and painful 34 3, 59 | pressures the woman to have an abortion, but also when he indirectly 35 3, 59 | psychologically forced to have an abortion: certainly in this case 36 3, 59 | indirectly obliged her to have an abortion. Doctors and nurses are 37 3, 59 | have promoted and approved abortion laws, and, to the extent 38 3, 59 | legalization and spread of abortion in the world. In this sense 39 3, 59 | the world. In this sense abortion goes beyond the responsibility 40 3, 60 | Some people try to justify abortion by claiming that the result 41 3, 60(57)| Declaration on Procured Abortion (18 November 1974), Nos. 42 3, 61 | the question of deliberate abortion and so do not directly and 43 3, 61 | our own day, in describing abortion as a particularly grave 44 3, 61 | Greco-Roman world, where abortion and infanticide were widely 45 3, 61(61)| Declaration on Procured Abortion (18 November 1974), No. 46 3, 61(62)| shall not kill a child by abortion nor shall you kill it once 47 3, 61 | the moral condemnation of abortion.~ ~ 48 3, 62 | specious justifications of abortion. 65 Pius XII excluded all 49 3, 62 | XII excluded all direct abortion, i.e., every act tending 50 3, 62 | earlier, sternly condemned abortion: "From the moment of its 51 3, 62 | the greatest care, while abortion and infanticide are unspeakable 52 3, 62 | sanctions on those guilty of abortion. This practice, with more 53 3, 62 | Code of Canon Law punished abortion with excommunication. 69 54 3, 62 | who actually procures an abortion incurs automatic (latae 55 3, 62 | Church makes clear that abortion is a most serious and dangerous 56 3, 62 | occasions have condemned abortion and who in the aforementioned 57 3, 62 | I declare that direct abortion, that is, abortion willed 58 3, 62 | direct abortion, that is, abortion willed as an end or as a 59 3, 63 | evaluation of the morality of abortion is to be applied also to 60 3, 63 | which accepts selective abortion in order to prevent the 61 3, 68 | the point of permitting abortion and euthanasia.~At other 62 3, 68 | cases, the right even to abortion and euthanasia. Moreover 63 3, 68 | prohibition and the punishment of abortion and euthanasia in these 64 3, 71 | The legal toleration of abortion or of euthanasia can in 65 3, 72 | innocent human beings through abortion or euthanasia are in complete 66 3, 72 | which authorize and promote abortion and euthanasia are therefore 67 3, 72 | a civil law authorizing abortion or euthanasia ceases by 68 3, 73 | 73. Abortion and euthanasia are thus 69 3, 73 | such as a law permitting abortion or euthanasia, it is therefore 70 3, 73 | introduce laws favouring abortion, often supported by powerful 71 3, 73 | personal opposition to procured abortion was well known, could licitly 72 3, 73(98)| Declaration on Procured Abortion (18 November 1974), No. 73 4, 81 | For this reason procured abortion and euthanasia are absolutely 74 4, 85 | drawn to the seriousness of abortion and euthanasia, without 75 4, 89 | in relation to procured abortion and euthanasia. "Causing 76 4, 91 | contraception, sterilization and abortion in order to regulate births. 77 4, 99 | to women who have had an abortion. The Church is aware of


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