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Life at all costs

Traditionally the Catholic Church has been willing to accept the death of the body as mere collateral damage to the life of the soul, (so long as clerics did not have to shed the blood). However, the Vatican's new “culture of life” goes against this. It now calls many of the most effective kinds birth control “murder”, but keeps quiet about its earlier hangman, army and inquisitions. It is quiet, too, about the dozens of thousands of women who die each year where its rules are enforced.

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