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Abortion ‘the most horrendous taking of human life in history’: Bishop Finn

Catholic World News - January 19, 2011

In a column preceding the January 22 March for Life, Bishop Robert Finn of Kansas City - St. Joseph observed that “almost 60 million surgical abortions have been recorded in the United States” since Roe v. Wae-- “the most horrendous taking of human life in history.”

“No elected official or appointed judge is worthy of our support, if among their many acts of just advocacy they will not support the most vulnerable of our human race,” he added.

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