Growing Majority of Catholics Now Believe Abortion is OK

    Zhuravlev Andrey /
    Zhuravlev Andrey /

    For those of you who were ‘born and raised’ a Christian, whether that be Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, etc., you were taught from a young age that all life is a precious gift. As such, murder, violence, hatred, and abortion (as it is the murder of the unborn) are all wrong.

    But as one study just proved, a growing number of so-called believers no longer hold to those beliefs.

    According to the Pew Research Center and one of their latest surveys, more than half of US Catholics, in particular, have strayed from the Word of God and now believe in contradictions: 1) that abortion is murder, and yet 2) that abortion is now fine.

    Of course, the official position of the Catholic Church is still that abortion is a sin and, therefore, not OK, seeing as this is what the Bible has to say about it.

    But according to Pew, a whopping 39 percent of US Catholics now think abortion should be legal in most cases. Another 22 percent say it should be legal in all cases. That means that a growing 61 percent of Catholics in the US, typically the religion opposed to abortion the most, now don’t agree with the Bible.

    According to the survey, only about 40 percent of US Catholics remain against abortion, with 28 percent believing it should be illegal in most cases and another 11 percent believing it should be illegal in all cases.

    Naturally, it should come as no surprise that most of the so-called Catholics who think abortion is OK now also call themselves Democrats or lean to the left politically.

    Now, none of this should really come as a shock anymore.

    After all, our commander-in-chief, who calls himself a devout Catholic, wants to codify Roe v. Wade, forever making abortion a federal and legal issue. So to does Catholic former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

    Even the Pope has failed to condemn the practice and that of homosexuality, despite the Bible speaking of the wrongs of both in no uncertain terms.