Another liberal Prelate who couldn't resist pushing the 'seamless garment' heresy in his 'celebration' of Dobbs.
By Matthew Archbold
Couldn’t we just have a moment where we acknowledge that millions and millions of children’s lives have been snuffed out in the womb and today is a good day because the Supreme Court acknowledged that there is no constitutional right to abortion.
But no. What do we get? This:
STATEMENT OF ARCHBISHOP NELSON J. PÉREZ
FOLLOWING OPINION FROM THE
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES IN
DOBBS V. JACKSON WOMEN’S HEALTH ORGANIZATION
I am grateful to the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States for their willingness to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and for their opinion, which affirms the deep value inherent to every human life.
As Catholics, we believe that life is God’s most precious gift and that we share a responsibility to uphold its beauty and sanctity from conception to natural death. In addition to being strong advocates for the unborn, this responsibility extends to caring for the hungry, the poor, the sick, the immigrant, the elderly, the oppressed, and any of our brothers and sisters who are marginalized. In short, to be truly pro-life means to recognize the presence of God in everyone and to care for them accordingly.
The Church’s strong commitment to protecting and preserving human life is a holistic one. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is one of the largest private providers of social services in the region. Our ministries and programs provide a continuum of care to those in need regardless of their faith tradition.
Our charitable programs provide formula, diapers, education, and comprehensive support services to pregnant women, fathers, new parents, and single parents. We have distributed more than a million meals in the greater Philadelphia region to those struggling with food insecurity. We shelter the homeless, support veterans, those in recovery, and help students with special needs receive the Catholic education they deserve. We have helped desperate families get back on their feet and bring joy to the lives of the aged and lonely.
I have often said that we are a people of hope. It is my personal
hope that we can all live and work peacefully, side-by-side, to create a
true culture of life in our Nation.
May God bless you.
Most Reverend Nelson J. Pérez, D.D.
Archbishop of Philadelphia
A real champion for the unborn, amirite?