translated from Spanish: Catholic Church reiterated rejection of marriage equality and abortion in Te Deum

The Archbishop of Santiago, Celestino Aos, advocated marriage between a man and a woman and rejected abortion, during his homily at the Ecumenical Te Deum held this day. Aos, entered into political matters and said that “we give thanks for all those who seek to respect and protect non-negotiable values: respect and defense of human life from its conception to its natural end, the family founded on marriage between man and woman, the freedom of parents to choose the model and the establishment of education of children, the promotion of the common good in all its forms and the subsidiarity of the State that respects the autonomy of organizations and collaborates with them”. In his speech, Aos also asked for “the women and men who work in the Constituent Convention preparing and writing a new Constitution that guides us and governs us.” The Archbishop of Santiago, also addressed in his homily, issues such as the pandemic – in fact the ceremony began with a tribute to those who died due to Covid – and pointed to issues such as inequality, poverty and corruption. ” We have resources, a lot of resources. Scandalous are the frauds and embezzlements, scandalous in corruption and violence, inequality and violence, inequality and injustice,” he said.

Original source in Spanish

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