medico a écrit :
renseigne toi bien.
je parle pour le cas d'une personne catholique pratiquante.
New Catholic Dictionary- abortionIndirect abortion is sometimes permitted, provided that there be sufficient and grave reason, such as the saving of the mother's life, and that every precaution be taken to save the life of the child and, in case the child's life be in danger, that it receive timely baptism.
http://www.religiousconsultation.org/su ... hoices.htmSummary of Sacred Choices
When the pope says that no Catholic woman may choose contraception or an abortion in any circumstance however serious, how can a Catholic woman feel morally free to make that choice? The reason is that the pope's opinion is only one of the perfectly legitimate and orthodox Catholic opinions. According to traditional Catholic theology--unknown even to many Catholics-- a Catholic is free to choose contraception and abortion when necessary. As has happened before in Church history, papal teaching on this issue of morality will probably also follow the lead of the theologians and many Catholics, according to Catholic theologian Christine Gudorf. As she says, "the foundations of the old bans have been razed."
Maintenant on aimerait connaitre la doctrine TJ a ce sujet. Comment concilier ca avec "Tu ne tuera point"?