Pope: ‘Is it legitimate, is it right, to eliminate a human life to resolve a problem?’
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By Kate Anderson
Daily Caller News Foundation
- The University of Notre Dame is holding a series of events in a “Reproductive Justice” series during the spring semester supporting abortion and transgender rights despite the school’s Catholic mission, according to the series event page.
- Ash Williams, a biological woman who identifies as a transgender man, is an abortion doula and anti-cop activist who is speaking during the March event titled “Trans Care + Abortion Care: Intersections and Questions.”
- “Is it legitimate, is it right, to eliminate a human life to resolve a problem?” Pope Francis told Vatican News.
The University of Notre Dame is hosting a “Reproductive Justice” series of speaker events this semester pushing pro-abortion and transgender ideology to its Catholic students, according to the event page.
The Catholic school’s series is comprised of three events titled “Reproductive Health Disparities and Injustice virtual panel,” “Trans Care + Abortion Care: Intersections and Questions” and “Laura Briggs Lecture: Taking Children: Why Brackeen v. Haaland? Why Now?” according to the school’s website. Notre Dame invited multiple speakers to the events, including a trans abortion doula, to discuss women, people of color and trans rights since the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court in June 2022.
The virtual panel, held on Feb. 17, focused on disparities in the black and Latino communities when it came to reproductive health care featuring “local and national experts on Latinx/e and Black maternal health,” according to the event page. The remaining two events, to be held on March 20 and April 24, will discuss the “intersections between trans care and abortion care” and examine “the 400-year-old history of the United States’ use of taking children from marginalized communities.”