From the Irish online publication Family & Life -
Lord Nicholas Windsor, the first male blood member of the British royal family to be received into the Catholic Church since King Charles II in 1685, has described abortion as “the single most grievous moral deficit in contemporary life”.
The great-grandson of King George V, who studied theology at Oxford University, penned the essay ‘Caesar’s Thumb: Europeans should not forget their most pressing moral issue: abortion’ in the December edition of First Things and reflects on modern European society’s acceptance of abortion.
Lord Nicholas assesses the toll abortion takes: “This is a historically unprecedented cascade of destruction wrought on individuals: on sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, future spouses and friends, mothers and fathers—destroyed in the form of those to whom we owe, quite simply and certainly, the greatest solidarity and duty of care because they are the weakest and most dependent of our fellow humans.”
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