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Two Questions in an open letter to the Pope

Your Holiness Pope Francis,

It will be comforting to many women who have had abortions that they may receive forgiveness. Your good heart is deeply appreciated on this and many other issues.

The situation which results in an eventual abortion can only be brought about by the actions of two persons.


Our world has been focused only on the actions of one.

Please take the next step of forgiveness and shine your spotlight on the other half of the couple. Would you next proclaim forgiveness for men who plant sperm into the unprotected vagina, opening the path to abortion?

Would you please call for beginning, ongoing education for sexually active men -- responsibility-training -- for follow up where their actions may create a child needing to be saved, protected, raised?

With utmost respect for you and for all fathers who stay,
Linda Marcum Waggener
Rural Kentucky Woman (USA)


This story was posted on 2015-09-06 13:22:06
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