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Compromise, silence... for the unborn?

Pontius Pilate’s actions at the time of Jesus’ trial bring to mind the words of St. Paul in Romans (7:15): “For I do not that good which I will; but the evil which I hate, that I do.” Pilate is a kind of everyman, finding himself doing the exact opposite of what he intended to do. When Jesus is brought before Pilate, Jesus tells him “...I came into the world to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth hears my voice.” To which Pilate replies, “What is truth?” Pilate, like many today, wasn’t confident that objective, or eternal truth, existed. But as Pope John Paul II warned in Veritatis Splendor, “If there is no transcendent truth... then there is no sure principle for guarant


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