Bill Attempts To Silence Pro-Life Stance

In his 2013 exhortation, Evangelli Gaudium, Pope Francis said, “A healthy pluralism, one which genuinely respects differences and values them as such, does not entail privatizing religions in an attempt to reduce them to the quiet obscurity of the individual’s conscience or to relegate them to the enclosed precincts of churches, synagogues or mosques.”

The privatization of religion has taken yet another step towards the point of exclusion from society. The District of Columbia Council passed a bill in December that would ban any organization from firing an employee if they chose to abort, use in vitro fertilization, or…

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