- Dec 3, 2020
In 1978, the year when the Catholic Church saw not one but two conclaves to elect a pope, one Argentinian cardinal was floated as a potential pope.
Pope Francis has once again put himself into Argentina’s ongoing debate on legalizing abortion, this time through a letter to a priest who lives and works amongst the poorest in the slums that plague Buenos Aires.
Self-described as the “light blue majority” and backed by polls that show most Argentines oppose legalization of abortion pushed by the government, thousands of families rallied in 400 cities across Pope Francis’s native country Saturday to voice support for the life of the unborn child and that of the expectant mother.
Arguably one of the greatest soccer players in history, Diego Armando Maradona died on Thursday, at the age of 60.
Pope Francis got himself involved with the ongoing debate over the decriminalization of abortion in his Argentinian homeland, sending a handwritten letter to a group of women from Buenos Aires’ slums asking, “Is it fair to hire a hitman to resolve a problem?”
ROSARIO, Argentina – For the second time in three years, Pope Francis’s native Argentina is debating decriminalization of abortion, which the government wants to make “legal, free and safe” in every health center in the country during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, while hospitals are still grappling with the