Saturday, April 22, 2006

And this is why Cardinal Martini is not the Pope

Cardinal Martini-- who is now living in retirement in Jerusalem, after 23 years at the helm of Europe's largest archdiocese-- tackled a number of controversial issues during his interview with Italian bio-ethicist Ignazio Marino. The cardinal directly questioned whether it is morally obligatory to defend "every human life from conception until natural death, with no exceptions." Immediately after conception, he argued, the fertilized ovum "is not an embryo yet, and therefore it can be manipulated without formal moral objections."

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