Catholics for Abolition of Human Feticide
"You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free" (John 8:32)
Catholics are united in their personal opposition to abortion, because the church has found when biological human life begins. But catholics are divided in half on whether abortion should be legal, because the church has not yet found when personhood begins. Those who believe personhood begins at fertilization believe that abortion should be illegal and those who believe personhood begins several weeks later believe that abortion should be legal. The key to restoring the unity of the catholic church is to find when personhood begins, and by the grace of God, abolitionists have found just that.
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Welcome to the website of catholics for abolition of human feticide. A catholic, also known as a Christian, is a person whom our Lord Jesus Christ has saved and added to His one and only catholic church. He promised that if we seek after something, we will find it, especially if it is something we need in order to serve Him. What we have sought after and found is when personhood begins. That is something we need in order to keep His commandment, "thou shalt not murder," for murder is the unlawful killing of a person. Those of us who know when personhood begins are abolitionists, because we know exactly what it is that every free state has a duty to abolish. To learn when personhood begins and why it is good news, please prayerfully read, "The Gospel of Ensoulment." If you have questions, please ask us via email or Facebook. If God brings you to repentance, then congratulations; you are an abolitionist! Please log in to our website and share the gospel of ensoulment with others, beginning with your brothers and sisters in Christ. If you are an ex-pro-choice abolitionist, then please evangelize your pro-life brethren and those who are outside the church. If you are an ex-pro-life abolitionist, then please evangelize your pro-choice brethren according to the Lord's process of reconciling or excommunicating a brother (see the bottom of this page). This two-pronged approach will maximize our evangelizing efficiency.


Please read our PDF in English or Spanish
"The Gospel of Ensoulment" "El Evangelio de la Llegada del Alma"
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I AM AN EX-PRO-CHOICE ABOLITIONIST I AM AN EX-PRO-LIFE ABOLITIONIST
Since nobody can do anything without Jesus Christ (John 15:5), the leader of our apostolate is Jesus Christ.
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"Knowledge of the Lord's commandments is the doctrine of life; those who do what pleases Him will eat from the tree of immortality." (Sirach 19:19)



In order for feticide to be abolished before our Lordís return, His catholic church will need to be purified according to the process below.
The Lord's Process of Reconciling or Excommunicating a Brother in Christ (Mat 5:23-24, 18:15-17, ESV)
Before the Lord's Day (Mat 18:15-17, ESV)On the Lord's Day (Mat 5:23-24, ESV)
❶ If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. (15)
  If you are an abolitionist, then you love unborn persons; and therefore if your brother is complicit in them being killed, then he has sinned against you. If you refuse to go and tell him his fault, especially if he is unknowingly complicit in murder as is probably the case, then you are disobeying the Lord. To "have gained" him is to "have reconciled" him to yourself. Otherwise, the two of you remain unreconciled.
The only way your brother will "remember" on the Lord's Day that you have "something against" him is if you "tell him his fault" before the Lord's Day. This is why the two passages are related. For him to "leave" his "gift there before the altar and go" is for him to not eat from the altar. But you must not eat from the altar either, because he now has "something against" you too. Since you told him his fault and he did not understand (the verb to "listen" is translated from the Greek word that means "to hear and understand"), he believes you falsely accused him of a sin. That's what he has against you. To "be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift" means that the two of you will make a second attempt at reconciliation before the next Lord's Day.  
❷ So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift. (23-24)
❸ But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. (16)
  This is the second attempt at reconciliation. Since he believes you falsely accused him of a sin (in our case, being unknowingly complicit in murder), he might want to a take witness or two with him as well.
If the second attempt at reconciliation fails, then there will be a second Lord's Day in which the two of you will need to leave your gift at the altar and go without eating from the altar. To "be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift" means that the two of you will make a third attempt at reconciliation before the next Lord's Day.  
❹ So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift. (23-24)
❺ If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church. And if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector. (17)
  This is the third and final attempt at reconciliation. If it fails, then the church official must decide which brother is to be excommunicated. In our case, either you, the abolitionist, must be excommunicated for falsely accusing your brother of being unknowingly complicit in murder, or your brother, the anti-abolitionist, must be excommunicated for being knowingly complicit in murder (since he now knows why the implanted human embryo is a person). The key will be whether or not you can prove to the church official that the implanted human embryo is a person. Your brother is innocent until proven guilty.