Okay is this true? because this author says supposedly the successor to the Chair of St. Peter Pope Callistus I who was a repentant criminal and turned his life over to Christ allowed abortions and indulgences here is a part of the article
"In circa 217 A.D., Callistus became bishop of Rome. The Roman Catholic saint Hippolytus reported:
Callistus…a man cunning in wickedness, and subtle where deceit was concerned, (and) who was impelled by restless ambition to mount the episcopal throne…Whence women, reputed believers, began to resort to drugs for producing sterility, and to gird themselves round, so to expel what was being conceived on account of their not wishing to have a child either by a slave or by any paltry fellow, for the sake of their family and excessive wealth. Behold, into how great impiety that lawless one has proceeded, by inculcating adultery and murder at the same time! And withal, after such audacious acts, they, lost to all shame, attempt to call themselves a Catholic Church! And some, under the supposition that they will attain prosperity, concur with them. (Hippolytus. Refutation of All Heresies, Book IX, Chapter VII)
Notice that Callistus allowed (or at least permitted) abortion and adultery.
Note what The Catholic Encyclopedia admitted this about Callistus:
Callistus…permitted noble ladies to marry low persons and slaves, which by the Roman law was forbidden; he had thus given occasion for infanticide. (Chapman , Pope Callistus I)"