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Catholic Bishop: Don’t Abort Babies Afflicted With Zika Virus, We Will Adopt Them

A Catholic leader in Jamaica is offering a loving home for babies who have microcephaly amid fears that the Zika virus is causing brain disorders in unborn babies. Roman Catholic Archbishop Kenneth D. Richards of Kingston, Jamaica urged women not to abort their unborn babies because of a disability or disease but to consider giving […]
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