US Roman Catholic Bishops and National Right to Life*** do NOT support Personhood legislation



Christians for Personhood ( CP )
Columbia, South Carolina
November 5, 2017

New York Times:

US Roman Catholic Bishops and National Right to Life*** do NOT support Personhood legislation

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Vatican proxy National Right to Life was formed under the auspices of the then-National Conference of (Roman) Catholic Bishops in 1968 – five years BEFORE ( !? ) Roe v. Wade in 1973, and just three years AFTER the close of the Second Vatican Council in 1965, with Vatican II’s major emphasis on Ecumenism; which is one major reason why Rome’s Hierarchy is PERPETUATING “abortion” in America; i.e., to PERPETUATE the “Pro-Life Movement” which has been for years such a fruitful platform for Rome to promote its anti-Bible, anti-Christ, ecumenism. Rome is first and foremost about promoting Rome. Rome’s goal is to make the formerly majority Protestant United States of America more Roman Catholic. ( And by the invasion of millions of illegal aliens from Central and South America, Rome is also achieving this strategic hegemonic goal by Romanizing America through Illegal Immigration. )

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Excerpts [emphasis added]:The drive for personhood amendments has split the anti-abortion forces nationally. Some groups call it an inspired moral leap, while traditional leaders of the fight, including [ CP: Vatican proxy ] National Right to Life and the Roman Catholic bishops, have refused to promote it,charging that the tactic is reckless and could backfire, leading to a Supreme Court defeat that would undermine progress in carving away at Roe v. Wade.

The Mississippi amendment aims to sidestep existing legal battles, simply stating that “the term ‘person’ or ‘persons’ shall include every human being from the moment of fertilization, cloning or the functional equivalent thereof.”

[ CP: Pope appointed ] Bishop Joseph Latino of Jackson, Miss., said in a statement last week that the Roman Catholic Church does not support Proposition 26 because “the push for a state amendment could ultimately harm our efforts to overturn Roe vs. Wade.”

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