Vatican praises US Court decision on abortion, saying it challenges world

25/06/2022 1:40:00 AM

Vatican praises US Court decision on abortion, saying it challenges world

Vatican praises US Court decision on abortion, saying it challenges world

The Vatican's Academy for Life on Friday praised the US Supreme Court's decision on abortion, saying it challenged the whole world to reflect on life issues.

Published June 25, 2022 1:57am Vatican's Academy for Life also said in a statement that the defense of human life could not be confined to individual rights because life is a matter of"broad social significance".Five other states, including California, and Washington, the nation's capital, have similar laws and the ruling will curb their ability to restrict people from carrying guns in public.BUDAPEST: Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was dramatically rescued from the bottom of the pool by her coach after fainting at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest.World Aquatics Championships in Budapest.

FILE PHOTO VATICAN CITY - The Vatican's Academy for Life on Friday praised the US Supreme Court's decision on abortion, saying it challenged the whole world to reflect on life issues.The Vatican department also said in a statement that the defense of human life could not be confined to individual rights because life is a matter of "broad social significance"." "We must do more as a society -— not less -— to protect our fellow Americans," Biden said.The US Supreme Court on Friday took the dramatic step of overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v.I had to jump in because the lifeguards weren't doing it,' Fuentes was reported as saying by Spanish newspaper Marca.Wade ruling that recognized a woman's constitutional right to an abortion and legalized it nationwide." Despite growing calls for limits on firearms after two horrific mass shootings in May, the court sided with plaintiffs who said the US Constitution guarantees the right to own and carry guns."The fact that a large country with a long democratic tradition has changed its position on this issue also challenges the whole world," the Academy said in a statement.“I was scared because I saw she wasn’t breathing, but now she is doing very well,” said Fuentes.

US President Joe Biden, a lifelong Catholic, condemned the ruling, calling it a "sad day" for America and labelling the court's conservatives "extreme.It was a stunning victory for the National Rifle Association lobby group, which brought the case along with two New York men who had been denied gun permits.Alvarez was taken on a stretcher to the pool's medical center, with teammates and fans appearing to be in shock poolside." Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, who heads the Pontifical Academy for Life, said the Court's decision was a "powerful invitation to reflect" on the issue at a time when "Western society is losing passion for life."By choosing life, our responsibility for the future of humanity is at stake", Paglia said."The right to self-defense and to defend your family and loved ones should not end at your home.-- Reuters.'She only had water in her lungs, once she started breathing again everything was OK,' said Fuentes.

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