Thousands march against abortion in Paris, urge doctors to use ‘conscientious objection’

The Washington Times

PARIS — Several thousand protesters have marched in Paris against abortion and medically assisted reproduction.

The protesters, who claim to have received the support of Pope Francis and several French bishops, gathered in the French capital . . . [Full text]

One thought on “Thousands march against abortion in Paris, urge doctors to use ‘conscientious objection’”

  1. Refusing to participate in a morally contested procedure so as to preserve one’s moral integrity is not the same as refusal used as a tactic to prevent or restrict something one deems unacceptable. When opponents of “X” speak of using conscientious objection to ‘hold the line’ against “X”, they encourage their opponents to dismiss legitimate appeals to freedom of conscience as mere cover for an “anti-X” agenda.

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