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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Samuel J. Aquila
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver has published a pastoral letter calling on Catholics to live their faith in their families and to renew the role of the family in broader culture.
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver has voiced his gratitude to all those who spoke out against proposed Colorado legislation that could have put an end to life-affirming laws in the state.
Amid growing protests led in large part by the Catholic Church, the Colorado Senate on April 16 killed a controversial bill that could have banned all pro-life laws in the state.
The Archbishop of Denver on April 15 rallied opposition to a Colorado bill he says is "both extreme and dangerously ambiguous" in its ban on all abortion regulations and other pro-life laws.
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila is asking the people of Colorado to spend 10 minutes in prayer and take concrete action over the weekend to support the sanctity of human life in the face of a serious legislative threat.
It would also undermine freedom of conscience in promoting the right to life and would prevent ultrasound requirements, which have had a significant impact on keeping mothers informed about the development of their children and saving the lives of unborn babies, he said.
Furthermore, he urged the people of the state to educate themselves about the bill by contacting the Colorado Catholic Conference