Vatican Defends Excommunication In Abortion Case

March 8, 2009

Brazil (ChattahBox) – The decision to excommunicate a mother and group of doctors for allowing a nine year old rape victim to receive an abortion has been defended by the Vatican.

According the the Church, the set of twins that the child was meant to carry were a human life, and so the decision to allow her to terminate after she was raped by the stepfather (who has been allowed to remain within the Catholic Church) was immoral.

“God’s law is above any human law. So when a human law is contrary to God’s law, this human law has no value,” Archbishop Jose Cardoso Sobrinho said of the incident.

Apparently rape and pedophilia are acceptable in terms of forgiveness, but saving an innocent girl is not.


3 Responses to “Vatican Defends Excommunication In Abortion Case”

  1. Tonie Roberson on March 8th, 2009 8:38 pm

    We the American people need to come forward in an intervention for the children.Purdue Frederick is the parent company of the drug Oxycontin.Oxycontin is a time released pain medication originally intended for cancer victims.Purdue Frederick was ordered by the courts in July 2007 to pay $634.5 million dollars.Reason being Oxycontin is highly addicting.It is also deadly.Problem is Purdue Frederick is still marketing Oxycontin and it is still just as addicting and deadly.
    Oxycontin has become the drug of choice among the teens.Oxycontin has swept over the Appalachian mountains,claiming several lives.Most of the victims are under the age of 20 years old.Purdue Frederick has got to be stopped altogether.

  2. Jack on March 10th, 2009 7:34 am

    The Vatican and Islam are the two most backward forces one earth. Karl Marx was right.

  3. blah on March 15th, 2009 1:55 pm

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