Thursday, June 8, 2017 Written by Michael Matt | Editor
So the latest round of Catholic-bashing revisionism has to do with what they're calling "forced adoptions" -- that is, the Church's noble pre-Vatican II apostolate to help thousands of unwed mothers take their babies to term and then find good foster homes. The new & improved Church is apologizing for that, of course, and we wonder when the secularists who are demanding these apologies for these allegedly "forced adoptions' will begin apologizing for all the forced abortions for which they're responsible. Don't hold your breath!
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