This is hard to believe, but it’s true: The Center for Reproductive Rights, a powerful and radical international abortion group is trying to use the United Nations to stop the pro-life movement.
They’re actually trying to force the U.N. to use anti-torture treaties to silence the Church, arguing that the pro-life message tortures women.
They argue that not even religious freedom should protect the pro-life message and that pro-life leaders should be viewed as international criminals.
This is exactly backwards. Killing children is brutal and inhumane. The pro-life movement saves lives.
To the United Nations,
The defense of unborn children is humane and just. You do not have authority over the Church, and you cannot silence its pro-life message. Reject the Center for Reproductive Rights and preserve religious freedom.
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