Pope Francis: God Always Forgives Women Who Have Abortions

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Women Who Have Abortion Should Sing Lullaby To Their Unborn Babies Who Are In Heaven – Pope Francis

God Always Forgives Women Who Have Abortions- Pope Francis

Roman Catholic Pope Francis has called for mercy on behalf of women undergoing abortions.

Here is what the controversial Pope Francis told journalists today on a return flight from a six-day visit to Panama.

“Abortion is a “terrible’’ drama but women who go through it must find mercy rather than castigation.”

“To really understand the drama of abortion you have to be in a confessional, (it is) terrible.’’ 

“In the confessional, you have to offer consolation, not punishment.”

If a woman is tormented by an abortion decision, she should “talk’’’ to her unborn child and “sing the lullaby (she) could not sing to him,’’ because the child “is in Heaven.”

“There you find a path of reconciliation between the mother and the (aborted) child. Because God has already forgiven. God always forgives’’.

During the Panama trip, the pope led a mass in which a young man denounced abortion as an act of “terrible cruelty,’’ and prayed for abortion laws around the world “to be erased forever.’’

Last year October, Pope Francis said women who opt for abortion are like people who hire “a hit man to solve a problem.”

According to his critics, such statement is capable of pushing more women to have abortions.

13 thoughts on “Pope Francis: God Always Forgives Women Who Have Abortions

  1. The pope is preaching heresies with no biblical backings. He is anti Christ.
    This is my problem with Catholicism.

    • Shut your *****. Did you read the text, and understand? Pope is not encouraging abortion. No human being on earth can judge, only God can. Always read, before jumping into conclusion.
      What about Catholicism? What religion do you belong? This is why we keep having problems, everyone is claiming right.
      STOP the nonsense.

  2. Of a truth, abortion is a sin. No sin is small or big, they are all equal. God always forgives sins no matter how people see it.

    • What does your Mohammed preach?
      What are we dealing with in Nigeria today! What is the meaning of “Boko Haram” are they not your people, “mulikat”

  3. Before nko? God forgives all sins-murder, stealing, rituals, lying, name it; but the consequences, the sinner must bear. The Bible says, the soul that sins shall “die.”
    That death means consequences, which may be infertility as a result of abortion, jungle justice from stealing, generational curses from rituals, loss of trust and credibility from lying or even loss of blessings. These are the consequences even though God has forgiven the sins.

  4. THE POPE SAID the truth: God forgives all sins, as well as abortion. But if a woman dies in that sin, hell is an open gate for her.

  5. We should not be quick to judge, because none of us are perfect or sinless. Sometimes for one to go through an abortion, you don’t know what goes through that person’s mind, even those who make up their minds to just go and abort a child, the torture, pain, anguish, and unforgiveness for yourself is too much to bear. I know a lot of women who have done abortion, some of them on their own insistence, and others, due to circumstances beyond their control. I am not saying it is right to do that, but when the deed is done, you carry the pain through our your life. What he said and what I understand is they need forgiveness. When you are growing old and you think about the stupid things you have down whilst growing up, you sit and you cry wishing you did not do what you did when you were young. Abortion is murder because that child deserves or deserved to live, but the deed has been done. We all need forgiveness in one area or the other.
    I will wish abortion will not be on any woman’s plate, because it is hard to forgive yourself when you think back to what you have done. The same thing goes to killing someone in cold blood. My question is people who kill at one point in their lives regret what they have down, but there is no turning back the clock. When I was young I did commit abortion out of ignorance and pain, even though I have a child now, I still regret what I did and have carried the pain with me for years. Let us not encourage it or see people who have done it as evil, biko

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