Thursday, 2 July 2009

Heartless, Cruel, and Gone!

The Brazilian Catlick Archbishop who tried to prevent a raped 9-year-old pregnant with twins from having an abortion and then excommunicated her doctors and family has resigned.

Apparently, when archbishops get to the age of 75, they write resignation letters, which the Poop can reject or accept. The Poop accepted this one.

Here's LifeShite whinging:
For his ardent defense of the lives of unborn twins, Archbishop Cardoso has been vilified in the media since February of this year. The media pounced on the archbishop due to his action in the very hard case of a nine-year-old girl who was raped by her step-father and was carrying twins.

The priest involved and Archbishop Cardoso himself did everything in their power to work with the family and the child to assist them with their needs and also to save the lives of the twins she was carrying. An international abortion lobby group was pushing the family to have the girl abort, apparently seeing the case as a golden opportunity to press for legal abortion in the nation. As a last-ditch effort to save the lives of the unborn twins, after the girl was moved by pro-abortion activists to an unknown location, the archbishop announced that those involved in procuring the abortions would suffer an automatic excommunication.

The international anti-life media jumped on the announcement, portraying the archbishop as heartless and cruel. At first the archbishop was defended by his confreres in the episcopate locally and also by the Vatican's Prefect for the Congregation of Bishops Cardinal Battista Re.

However, the relentless media attacks and falsifications, coupled with public denunciations from political leaders including Brazil's health minister as well as its President, began to affect even his brother bishops.

Hee. 'Relentless media attacks'. The bloggy media too. JJ at Unrepentant Old Hippie -- love that name! -- let loose a classic. We here at DJ! joined the relentless attacks.

This may be the first and last time I say this: Good on you, Ratzy.


jj said...

Hoho! That's significant. They don't have to accept the resignation. Maybe this guy was a little too fascist even for the Vatican. Good on them.

Antonia Z said...

What JJ said

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