Canterbury Cathedral Hosts Award Ceremony for Top UK Abortionist

Jan 14, 2020 by

by Jules Gomes, ChurchMilitant:

Britain’s pre-eminent advocate of abortion, responsible for killing 70,000 babies in 2019, has been awarded a doctorate at a ceremony hosted by the mother church of the global Anglican Communion.

Dean of Canterbury Robert Willis, responsible for hosting the ceremony, is refusing to address the morality of the event, while Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is claiming a lack of “consensus about precisely when life begins in the womb.”

Ann Furedi, head of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), Britain’s largest abortion provider, was made an Honorary Doctor of Science at a ceremony in Canterbury Cathedral on Nov. 22.

A militant campaigner for overturning pro-life legislation in Ireland, Furedi bragged about defeating the Catholic position on abortion: “And with the stroke of a pen Catholic Ireland has an abortion law that is more progressive by 12 weeks than the U.K. Amazing!!!”

The University of Kent has said that Furedi’s arguments, which were “used extensively … to legalize abortion in the Republic of Ireland,” was a reason she was being awarded a doctorate.

Catholics for Choice have hailed Furedi as someone who can explain “why ‘choice’ is an important part of our lexicon.”

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