Abortion Activists Desecrate Another Catholic Church with Violent Threats

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Another Catholic church was desecrated by abortion activists this week, this time in Michigan. The church’s security footage shows three pro-abortion vandals approach and graffiti violent messages, including “RESTORE ROE,” “Kill all Christian nationalists,” and “Is overturning Roe worth your life or your democracy?” The attackers also spray painted upside down crosses on the church doors.

No arrests or charges have been brought against the three vandals, despite being caught on camera. Police are investigating the matter.

The church responded by washing off the graffiti and posting a sign reading, “to whomever vandalized our church: We forgive you and we are praying for you.”

Abortion activists have been perpetuating a string of violence, fire-bombings, and vandalism against churches and Pro-Life organizations since news broke of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Just within the last month an 84-year-old Pro-Life woman was shot for advocating against Michigan Proposition 3, a measure that would allow the killing of Michigan babies through all nine months of pregnancy.

According to reports, attacks against churches and Pro-Life groups have been especially rampant in Michigan.

Despite the string of violence, Biden’s Department of Justice has refused to get involved or administer any real justice. Instead, Biden’s DOJ has been unleashing a series of heavily armed raids on Pro-Lifers’ homes. At least three peaceful Pro-Life homes have been raided as part of Biden’s effort to crack down and arrest those who disagree with his radical abortion agenda.

This attack comes as the Catholic church recently issued a statement re-affirming its belief in the sanctity of human Life and support for Pro-Life legislation.

“The Catholic Church recognizes that all people, born and unborn, have been created in the image and likeness of God, and therefore have inherent dignity, and the right to life,” stated Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-Life Activities.

The church’s statement, issued by Archbishop Lori, also went on to say that, “both mother and child are valued and should be protected” and “The Church seeks the protection of all unborn children; this includes the innocent child conceived in rape or incest.”

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