Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Chair Applauds Passage of ‘Born-Alive’ Act| National Catholic Register

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The act requires medical care for babies who survive attempted abortions.

A baby in his father's hands.
A baby in his father’s hands. (photo: Unsplash)

Katie Yoder/CNANationJanuary 12, 2023

WASHINGTON — The Catholic bishops’ pro-life chair is applauding the passage of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.

“We commend the House of Representatives for passing legislation to protect innocent children from infanticide and urge the Senate to follow suit,” Bishop Michael Burbidge of Arlington, Virginia, said in a statement Wednesday. “Babies who are born alive during the process of an abortion deserve compassionate care and medical attention — just the same as any other newborn baby.” 

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Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Chair Applauds Passage of ‘Born-Alive’ Act| National Catholic Register

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