“The human embryo is a human person.”
It’s nice to see that our bishops and priests are finding their voice in this new era.
It’s quite a change from 16 years ago–or, at least, there has been quite a change in that the Internet allows us to know about this stuff.
When Clinton became president, we heard about how wonderful he was because of his positions on “social justice” issues and health care, how great it was that the president had attended a Catholic university. And, hey, Clinton gave Georgetown the dubious credit of inspiring his pro-choice position: after all, at Georgetown he learned about “conscience” and about how, allegedly, it was uncertain when a baby got a soul.