We have perhaps never seen such a concerted, sustained campaign against the “culture of death” in any nation, on the part of Catholic clergy
Commentary by Matthew Cullinan Hoffman
BRAZIL, March 20, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - During the past month, the nation of Brazil has experienced a seemingly miraculous transformation.
The Catholic hierarchy in Brazil has long been famous for its laxity regarding human life issues, and its disproportionate emphasis on economic issues that seems to equate Catholicism with socialist politics.
The bishops have even maintained a loose but very real relationship with “Catholics for the Right to Decide”, which is the South American version of “Catholics for a Free Choice”, a phony “Catholic” pro-abortion group designed to confuse the faithful about the Church’s teachings on the sanctity of human life.