This is the message of Pope Benedict XVI, to be read on January 1, 2013, informed the Vatican.
The Pope’s message coincides with the Days of Peace, Benedict states literally that:
“Those who do not sufficiently appreciate the value of human life, and therefore argue for example, the release of abortion, may not realize, that thus propose illusory quest for peace.”
“The death of a defenseless and innocent can never bring happiness and peace,” says the Pope
“Any attack on life especially in its origin, inevitably cause irreparable damage to the peace and development of the environment,” says the Pope.
“How can you expect to achieve peace, integral development of towns, or the same safeguard the environment without being protected the right to life of the weakest, starting with those yet unborn?” He asks the Head of the Catholic Church.
The abortion and euthanasia affect the fundamental right to life, he warned. Benedict argues that “to overcome the current financial and economic crisis, which has the effect of increasing inequalities we need people, groups and institutions that promote life, promoting human creativity to get even the crisis as an opportunity for discernment and a new economic model.”
Peace is not a dream the Pope says in his message, not a utopia: IT’S POSSIBLE.