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Welcome to the Support_Life group.

My name is Christopher A. Merritt -The Owner of "Support_Life".

I’d like to take this time to share a little bit of information with you about the group:

This group was founded on March 28, 2005, in light of the "Terri Schiavo" case. Since that time the foci here has grown to include issues of pro-life, domestic abuse and related topics. Hence, this group’s intended membership is for those who support life and is not a group for debates.

We "Adam Founder/Owner and Mark Head Moderator" are opposed to abortions.
If a pregnant woman is unable or unwilling to raise the child, there is the option of placing the child up for adoption.

The Catholic Church teaches that "abortion is a grave sin against the natural law." It believes that human life is sacred and begins at conception. Under this view, abortion is equivalent to murder and there are no permissible exceptions.
When the life of the woman is in jeopardy, it is permissible to obtain life-saving treatment which may have the secondary effect of killing the fetus. Again, no direct action may be taken against the fetus/embryo itself and all life-sustaining options must be exhausted.

This group is moderated and working with people to prevent drama, or debates, not a forum to put down other groups, websites or blogs.
Please remember to keep the spirit and keep all content legal.
This group allows its members to voice with an intelligence of discussing things on their mind, but please keep it on the group's designated topic or theme.

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