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The inability to see this fundamental fact about human existence readily reminds one of the various passages in Scripture where one has eyes, but cannot see, and ears, but cannot hear. This blindness, of course, is a result of the wages of sin, which is death, as St. Paul tells us. The culture of death surrounds any attempt to advance the Culture of Life which the Lord so desires.
The late Justice Antonin Scalia often critiqued the U.S. Supreme Court for what he called “the abortion distortion.” By this he meant the Court’s refusal to follow its own rules when it came to abortion cases, and its tendency to twist itself into fresh legal and logical contortions in order to rule in favor of the “abortion right” imposed by Roe v. Wade.
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