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Pro-life activists from Crossroads USA pray across from a Planned Parenthood clinic on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston.
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Pro-life activists from Crossroads USA pray across from a Planned Parenthood clinic on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston.
To the Catholic Sentinel:

Rolando Rodriguez is at it again. In the July 19-Aug. 1 Sentinel, he trashes the Texas Catholic Conference for being disappointed in pro-abortion protesters who shouted down Texas legislators as they sought to vote for a bill banning late-term abortions.

He calls the Texas Catholic Conference position “myopic, misogynist and misleading,” purporting in effect that their pro-life positions are actually an “attack on women.” For good measure, he cites his Latino roots and accuses his fellow Catholics of being racist for taking the abortion industry’s rabble-rousers to task.

Maybe he fails to realize that Texas abortionists particularly target women of color.

He might apply for a position as Planned Parenthood spokesperson. He has their party line down pat.

Jeffrey Tiner
Salem