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American ruling on abortion, press release from Scienza & Vita Florence / Tuscany / Home

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Scienza & Vita Firenze expresses its full appreciation for the historic judgment (Dobbs, state health officer at the Mississippi Department of Health, et al. V Jackson Women’s Health Organization et al.) used by United States Supreme Court justices from America affirmed grounds for abortion law and democracy: “The Constitution It does not give the right to an abortion. (Sentences) Roe and Casey shall be rescinded and the power to regulate abortion shall be returned to the people and their elected representatives” (the Constitution does not grant abortion rights; Roe and Casey shall be abolished; the power to regulate abortion shall be returned to the people and their elected representatives). The ruling concludes the issue raised by the Mississippi Act, which prohibits abortion after the fifteenth week , whereas the Roe vs Wade ruling of 1973 stated that federal states could not ban abortion before viability, it was then established between the twenty-fourth and twenty-eighth weeks of pregnancy. As all commentators have pointed out, the sentence does not eliminate the possibility of laws making abortion legal. Nor is it explicitly stated that an unborn child, in any week of its life, is “one of us,” according to the iconic expression that was the motto of another great effort of the late Carlo Cassini to provide legal protection, at the European level., to unborn children. Surely this sentence comes to question the right, as such was not approved by the abortion laws of various states, but the prevailing Western culture claimed They affirm it: the right to abortion as a human right and therefore as a human right. achievement of civilization. For this reason, everyone who defended the right to life for the “poorest of the poor” (Mother Teresa of Calcutta) with courage, persistence, trust in God’s mercy and goodwill of men defended the right to life. He gained recognition that could have major repercussions throughout the Western world and beyond. Indeed, now and with greater force, the crucial question continues to be posed to every woman and every man: “Who can define the killing of the innocent, the powerless and the defenseless as a human right?”. In recent days, many have expressed themselves in the sentence by writing excellent things. As Scienza & Vita Firenze, we propose joint reflection on the words of the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore J. Cordelion, calling for prayer and action, so that the arc of history continues to turn toward truth and justice. “The arc of history is long, but it leans toward justice.” The words of Reverend Martin Luther King, the great human rights prophet of the twentieth century, could not have been truer. This landmark Supreme Court decision would not have occurred without fifty years of patient, loving, and hard work by people of all faiths and non-believers, in a variety of fields including social services, religion, law, medicine, culture, education, work and work. political thinking. But our work has only just begun. The artificial barriers created by the Supreme Court by erecting the so-called constitutional law have been removed out of thin air. Now the struggle continues to prove that we can build a culture that respects all forms of human life, including mothers in critical pregnancies and the children they bear. We need to redouble our efforts to accompany women and couples facing unexpected or difficult pregnancies, as well as to offer compassion to those suffering from the after-effects of abortion. Our Lady of Guadalupe, protector of the fetus, pray for us

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