Abortion, Pope Francis

Abortion, Pope Francis

Pope condemns abortion as use of ‘paid killer’

Pope condemns abortion as use of ‘paid killer’

5/25/2019

Pope condemns abortion as use of ‘paid killer’

Pope Francis reiterated on Saturday that abortion is unacceptable, saying its use amounted to the hiring of a

“No human being can ever be incompatible with life,” he said, adding: “Every child is a gift that changes the history of a family and this child needs to be welcomed, loved and cared for.”

“That child will remain in their lives forever,” he said.

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Police demolish kidnapper's den in Akwa Ibom - The Nation Newspaper Akwa Ibom State Police Command has demolished a building inside of a forest where kidnappers hid their victims while waiting for ransom to be paid.

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