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Archbishop Paglia Entangled in A Web of Lies

Talking to Avvenire, Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, defended again the pro-abortion Anglican theologian Nigel Biggar, whom Pope Francis appointed to the Academy. Paglia claimed that Biggar is not “in favour of abortion”.

He blamed “media misinterpretations” and those who do not understand the allegedly “complex language” of Biggar's 2011 colloquy with the philosopher Peter Singer.

In this colloquy Biggar declared unambiguously, “I would be inclined to draw the line for abortion at 18 weeks after conception, which is roughly about the earliest time when there is some evidence of brain activity, and therefore of consciousness”.


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GJA Taylor
Their arrogance is so outraging that the lies spill from their mouths like vomit, almost uncontrollably .
This is what happens when you let Heretics (PROTEST-ants) and Talmud following Pagans into The Churches offices. Paglia seems to be one of the LGBTQRST Mafia himself, look at the controversial mural he "oversaw".
Already quite different from, "I would draw the line at conception", which is the only possible Catholic position.
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