Episcopal Priestess Leads Congregation in Lament Over Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade
An Atlanta church held a service of lament this past Sunday decrying the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Winnie Varghese, one of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta’s “pastors,” denounced in one breath the decision to overturn Roe which guaranteed the right to kill an unborn human being while in the other breath, bloviating over the dignity and worth of human beings.
“But as a person in a woman’s body, I understood the access to medical care for my whole body and the wide-ranging circumstances that might include terminating a pregnancy that might not confront me, but have already confronted my friends…as a priest, I have sat with so many, praying with and weighing their choices because of a pregnancy…”
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It would be extremely helpful if these people would just stop pretending to be Christians already.
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