Denver archbishop protests pro-abortion legislation
April 16, 2014
Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver led hundreds of people in prayer at the state capitol to protest the Reproductive Health Freedom Act.
The Colorado Catholic Conference stated that the legislation, if passed, “has the potential to eliminate a broad range of laws including: parental notification laws, parental involvement laws, laws promoting maternal health, government programs and facilities that pay for or promote childbirth and other health care without subsidizing abortion, conscience protections laws, laws requiring that abortion only be performed by a licensed physician, laws regulating school health clinics, laws concerning abstinence education, laws affecting pregnancy centers and so on.”
- Denver Archbishop leads protest of Dems’ abortion rights bill (Fox 31 Denver)
- Oppose Senate Bill 175 - Colorado Reproductive Health Freedom Act (Colorado Catholic Conference)
- Please Join Archbishop Aquila To Pray At The State Capitol Tuesday (Colorado Catholic Conference)
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