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Vatican Criticized for “Cowardly” Statement After Court Says Hospital Can Kill Charlie Gard

On Friday, the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life issued a rather curious statement on the sad case of British baby Charlie Gard. Gard has effectively been sentenced to die by a European “human rights” court, who decided that moving him to the United States for treatment (on his parents’ dime) would be inhumane and only […]
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