DENVER (CNA)—Catholics must share their pro-life convictions and be serious about helping those who are considering abortion, Bishop James Conley of Denver said ahead of the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
“Each of us is called to witness to the dignity of all human life. As uncomfortable as it might be, we are called to share our pro-life convictions with our neighbors, friends and families,” Bishop Conley said in his Jan. 18 Denver Catholic Register column.
“We need not be combative or polemical — but to be serious Christians, we need to be honest. And honesty means telling the truth, in love, about abortion.”
“Make no mistake about it,” he wrote. “Abortion is the killing of tiny...READ MORE