An Innocent Baby Cries Out: Abortion and the Roman Catholic Church

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`AN INNOCENT BABY CRIES OUT

A TERM PAPER PRESENTED TO:
MRS. EVELYN G. GABAY
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT
OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR
ENGLISH

BY:
CYRAH MAE CARANDANG
IV- JASMIN
FEBRUARY 28, 2013

OUTLINE
Controlling Ideas: The sixth commandment of God states: “Thou shall not to kill”. It includes abortion. Since the Philippines is a Catholic country, our Laws prohibit the act and consider as a serious crime. While industrialized countries had legalized the process for practical reasons, Filipinos abhor the very idea and condemn the doers as criminals.

I. The Problem and Its Setting
A. Introduction
B. Purpose of the Study
C. Significance of the Study
D. Statement of the Problem
II. Definition of Terms
A. The different methods of abortion
B. Factors that leads to abortion
III. The Role Of The Church In Minimizing Abortion In The Philippines IV. Abortion As A Complex Issue
A. World View Abortion
B. A Different View Of Abortion
V. Recommendation And Conclusion

CHAPTER I
A. The Problem And Its Setting

The long story of the Roman Catholic Church shows sanctions the differences in personal values. But in matters like abortion, the church’s position so far lies in its belief as an institutional hierarchy as the key to divine will. Anti abortion groups spurred by the Vatican are on the march in Europe trying to restrict laws that make abortion widely available debates also rage in Western Europe, were the reberal policies have been adapted over the past three decades. B. Purpose of the Study

Despite all the intrigues in the church and the government, abortion is a non issue in the Philippines and the less said about it, the better. It is illegal. It has never been part of any official population program. Unfortunately illegal abortion had been on the raised during the past few years because of lack of available and contraceptives wrong outlook of the youth about...
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