"Culture of Life," as expressed by the Roman Catholic Church, refers to:

"... respect for nature and protection of God's work of creation. In a special way, it means respect for human life from the first moment of conception until its natural end." - the Pope

Cardinal Bernard Law urged Americans to "spread the culture of life over the culture of death".[1]

External links

  • Culture of Death - Catholic writings (with nice song clip "Light that dispels the darkness ... God Who loves unconditionally")


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