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Article: Paternal Correction

May 16, 2007

Lisa Fabrizio writing in The American Spectator:

“I don’t think it’s for me to decide. I can’t decide when life begins. All that I can decide is, you know, what are the constitutional issues? What are the legal issues? How do you deal with these things?”

So spoke Rudy Giuliani this past weekend as he tried to clarify his positions on abortion, embryonic stem cell research and other issues of concern to those who value innocent human life from the moment of conception to natural death. He seemed confused about when life begins and wondered how to deal with “these things.”

Luckily for him, a self-professed Catholic, there happens to be age-old and specific teaching on these issues from some fellows in Rome who might be inclined to help him out….

Full article here.


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