Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Passion of the Christ star, Jim Caviezel says that abortion has nothing to do with helping women

JIM CAVIEZEL, the actor who took the film world by surprise with his moving depiction of Christ in the movie, "The Passion of the Christ," said this week that abortion has nothing to do with helping women and that he is willing to risk his career to say so.

Caviezel gave an interview with the US magazine Catholic Digest, in which he spoke about the challenge he received from a colleague to adopt a disabled child as a demonstration of his well-publicized pro-life stand.

Reflecting on the 51.5 million surgical abortions to date in the US since Roe v. Wade, Caviezel said...

"Look, I am for helping women. I just don't see abortion as helping women. And I don't love my career that much to say, 'I'm going to remain silent on this'. I'm defending every single baby who has never been born. And every voice that would have been unique like Johnny Mathis's. How do we know that we didn't kill the very child who could have created a particular type of medicine that saves other lives?"

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Aussie Therese said...

God bless Caviezel for standing up for the truth.

Abortion hurts women.

Gina said...

Its so nice to hear too that him speaking up and against abortion is more important than his career - he is sticking to the truth.

Lisa~ said...

You go boy! I like him before but now I LOVE him. How rare is it for the famous to take a stand for something like this. If they do believe it then they are to scared to say so.