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Pope Benedict XVI kisses a baby in St. Peter’s Square during his Wednesday general audience on Oct. 24, 2012. (photo: Marianne Medlin / CNA)

The late pope wrote and spoke with clarity on the issue of abortion in a way that touched many.

Lauretta BrownPope Benedict XVI grounded his writings on abortion and other life issues in the fundamental truth that every human person, from conception until natural death, is loved by God and bears his image and likeness.

Throughout his nearly eight-year papacy and during his time as prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith under Pope St. John Paul II, he wrote with clarity and depth on threats to human life and the family.

Virginia Coda Nunziante, organizer of the Italian March for Life, told the Register that Pope Benedict XVI has left a rich “intellectual and cultural” legacy for the pro-life movement because “he insisted very much on the non-negotiable values” key to the defense of life and saw the right to life as a foundational issue. …

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