Tag: Pro-life

The Ecumenism of the Pro-Life Movement
Ethics

The Ecumenism of the Pro-Life Movement

One of the most effective collaborations among the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant traditions in the United States has been the pro-life movement, which for more than 40 years has sought to give witness to the Christian confession that all life is sacred, including life in the womb. Indeed, while some Christians in each tradition…

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Pro-Life Means Pro-Social Justice
Ethics

Pro-Life Means Pro-Social Justice

I am pro-life. That means that I’m also pro-social justice. That means that I am not only for the dignity of the human being from the moment of conception, but also for the dignity of the human being until the natural end of life. For life does not end with birth. A person who is…

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