Catholics for the Right to Decide

Linked with María del Carmen Sarthes – Argentina.

This link seems to be their website, but it is actually not available.

The group is also mentionned under the following links:

Who Are ‘Catholics for a Free Choice‘? (The) Pro-abortion Group Has Benefited from Pornography, Copyright © 1993 by Diane S. Dew, Published in ALL About Issues, Sept/Oct 1993 – Founded in 1972, Catholics For a Free Choice, a nominally Catholic, pro-abortion organization, has an annual budget of $900,000, and claims 8,000 members. According to the Encyclopedia of Associations, Catholics For a Free Choice (CFFC) is an association of “Catholics within the Roman Catholic Church who support the right to legal reproductive health care, especially to family planning and abortion.

” Its goal, according to the Encyclopedia entry, is to “preserve the right of women’s choices in childbearing and child rearing”; it “advocates social and economic programs for women, families and children,” by engaging in “public education on being Catholic and pro-choice.” … (See more on Diane Dew’s Homepage).

El intendente Sobrero negó la posibilidad de un relleno sanitario en Lobos y ratificó la pronta construcción de una planta de tratamiento de residuos. Vierne, enero 5, 2007.

Know your basic rights in Canon Law: 1. All Catholics have the right to follow their informed consciences in all marters (Canon 748.1). (Read the other 10 articles on the Catholic New Times, Jan 29, 2006.

A PROPOSED CONSTITUTION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, Link to Suggested Text for Organizations to Introduce this Working Document – This Constitution provides the framework within which the Catholic Church governs itself. The Constitution sets forth the fundamental rights and corresponding responsibilities of members and the basic structure for decision-making and action within the Catholic Church. All laws, regulations and customs of the Catholic Church shall be carried out within this Constitution’s framework and spirit.
And also on ARCC.

See also:

Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church.

Catholics for the Right to Decide (Mexico).

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