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Knights of Columbus leader says Catholics cannot vote for abortion advocates


Knights of Columbus leader says Catholics cannot vote for abortion advocates
National Catholic Reporter

Carl Anderson, leader of the Knights of Columbus fraternal order and one of the most influential lay Catholics in the church, has said that abortion outweighs all other issues in the presidential campaign and Catholics cannot vote for a candidate who supports abortion rights. (Photo courtesy of Knights of Columbus)Carl Anderson, leader of the Knights of Columbus fraternal order and one of the most influential lay Catholics in the church, has said that abortion outweighs all other issues in the presidential campaign and Catholics cannot vote for a candidate who supports abortion rights.Abortion is not “just another political issue" but "is in reality a legal regime that has resulted in more than 40 million deaths," Anderson told the Knights' international convention in Toronto in a speech on Tuesday afternoon.

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