Catholicism, Choice and Anarchism
Patrick Young

“It seems a little strange that we are so wildly exercised about the “murder” (and the word is of course correct) of an unborn infant by abortion… and yet accept without a qualm the extermination of millions of helpless and innocent adults… I submit that we ought to fulfill the one without omitting the other.”

— Thomas Merton, Cold War Letters, p. 38 (letter to Dorothy Day, Dec. 20, 1961).

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