Abolishing Abortion

Fr. Frank's Book: Abolishing Abortion, Takes Church and State to Task! 


This is not a book for the faint of heart, or those who are looking for an easy way to fight abortion. This is not a book for those who will look to speak up for the unborn, but at the same time to cover themselves either politically or personally. Rather, Fr. Frank Pavone has published a book that is for those who are ready and willing to sacrifice everything to rise up to the most urgent, top priority moral challenge of our day: To end the holocaust of our unborn brothers and sisters being killed by abortion. 


The book challenges the state to stop pretending that it has any less duty than to protect all these children from being killed. The book challenges the church to stop making excuses for its inactivity, particularly the excuse that it cannot get involved in politics because it risks losing its tax exemption. The book shatters the mythology behind these excuses. Do not miss this book, which is really a manifesto for the pro-life movement and both asserts principle and advances practical strategies. 



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