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Pope Francispraised the United States for outlawing abortion in a long-term interview on Monday.
The Pope respected the court's decision, but he said he was not yet fully aware of the history of the topic for discussing the US legal system and its jurisdiction.
"I tell you the truth. I don't understand it from a technical point of view,"said the Pope in the SCOTUS decision. "I have to study because I'm not sure about the decision 50 years ago, but now I don't know if it's right or wrong from a judicial point of view."
"I respect the decision I will do it, "he revealed.
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Vatican-2022 / 06/29: Pope Francis gives St. Peter and Paul's solemnity at St. Peter's Cathedral. I'm leading. (Photo courtesy of Stefano Costantino / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images)
According to the Catholic Church teachings, life begins at the moment of conception.
The Pope has been an active opponent of abortion since the first day of his pathology and has adhered to the Catholic Church's orthodox doctrine on this issue. He previously compared abortion to "hire a hitman" to kill a child.
Vatican previously praised theUS Supreme Courtfor standing for his lifetime and overturning his attitude towards the country's nearly 50 years of abortion. Did.
POPE states that society "does not know how to live" at the rate of increase in the elderly
VATICAN CITY, VATICAN-June 29: Pope Francis is the solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul I will leave after Misa for the sake of it on June 29, 2022 at the Vatican Cathedral in the Vatican City of Vatican. Pope Francis led St. Peter and Paul's St. Misa at St. Peter's Cathedral in front of the Bishop and the Cardinal. (Photo by Antonio Masiello / Getty Images)
In two statements, Vatican tells activists that being a "professional life" includes all other life-threatening issues. Encouraged to understand what it means to support the problem. Guns, poverty, rising birth mortality, Reuters reported.
"For example, spending a lifetime means worrying about the increased mortality of women due to maternity," said Andrea Tornieri, Vatican's editorial director. ..
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The head of Pontifical Academy for Life, Archbishop of Vincenzo Paglia, praised this development as a "challenge" to the whole world.
"The fact that a great power with a long democratic tradition has changed its position on this issue is also challenging the whole world," said the Archbishop.
Lawrence Richard contributed to this report.