Thursday, July 14, 2011

Abortion Museum Webpage Disses Saint's Choice

The Abortion Museum webpage from Austria starts off its profile of Gianna Beretta Molla this way:

The late pope let women die rather than permit abortions.

Then goes on to say that Gianna Beretta Molla died from her refusal to have an abortion.

Gianna Beretta Molla made that decision completely informed-- as she was a medical doctor. Catholic teaching would have permitted a hysterectomy.

But Gianna made a different choice.

And it's not being respected by this supposedly pro-choice organization.

Proving once again, the argument is not about choice. It's about abortion.