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Roe or no, those affected by abortion need mercy, compassion, and healing

Editor’s note: Ahead of the 49th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision on Jan. 22, Angelus invited several Catholic pro-life advocates to weigh in on what pro-life advocacy should look like if the Court overturns Roe later this year. Their essays can be found here and in the Jan. 28 print issue of Angelus.

While the spotlight on abortion continues to focus on the expected U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson, which many predict will effectively overturn Roe v. Wade, millions of people who have participated in abortion continue to suffer in darkness.

Regardless of whether or not federal abortion laws may soon change, the Church’s constant message that God’s mercy is greater than even the most serious sin, will need to continue to be proclaimed.

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