Great job kids! I penso que, tenint a la Lyndsay a casa, ho hem aconseguit. El que ens va anar molt be, va ser. O que el Max desitges Good night, see you tomorrow! This year has been incredible and definitely one of the best years of my life. I have made so many new friends, and had some fantastic experiences whilst working and living in Barcelona. During the first trimester I lived with the Sunyer Arnedo family. They are a very nice and friendly family, they immediately made me feel at home while I was getting used to a new country, a new job and a new language!
I have some great memories with them and we travelled a lot, to places such as Aldea, Port de la Selva, Zaragoza for the festival de Pilar and more! I enjoyed helping the family improve their English, and they also helped me with my Spanish. I returned to Scotland for the holidays and, although I enjoyed celebrating Christmas with my friends and family, I was very excited to come back to Barcelona! In the second trimester I lived with the Peces Martinez family.
The children are younger than my previous family, so there was a lot of time for playing in English and we had lots of fun. I actually came back to Barcelona on the 6th of January and celebrated the Kings Day with my family,. In April I celebrated my 23rd birthday and I was so surprised by the gifts and cards I received from my families, and from the school. I am really enjoying living with this family, and they have been so welcoming and include me in their family activities.
Rachael and I went together with my family and it was a fantastic day, I had never been to a tennis match before so I was very excited. We have plans to visit Lla-. This is my third time in Barcelona, as I have visited twice before and I really love this city. I am surprised how quickly it felt like home and I can definitely see myself living and working here in the future. My boyfriend, family, and friends have visited me throughout the year and I have showed them my favourite parts of the city.
It has been fun living here but also working in the school, as it has taught me a lot about teaching, and the best ways for students to learn English. I have enjoyed spending time with the students, having conversations, doing activities and playing games to improve their English speaking level. When the school year finishes I will return to Scotland. I am going to my graduation at the end of June and then my cousins wedding in London in July.
I want to travel around Scotland a little more and see the scenery that Scotland has to offer. I want to say thank you so much to my families for making this year so incredible, and for showing me the best of Spanish and Catalan culture. Also a huge thank you to the students and staff for welcoming me so warmly into their school. I hope everyone has a great summer holiday, hopefully see you in September!
One year in Barcelona! When I arrived in Barcelona in October, it was my third visit to the city but living and working here was an entirely new experience. During the first trimester I lived with my first family, the Sala Comin family. During my first trimester I was adjusting to a new culture and new languages, as well as to the hot weather in October! I took advantage of the historical and exciting city by visiting many of the important monuments such as Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo.
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During the second trimester I took the opportunity to explore places outside of Barcelona. I loved exploring the more unknown parts of Catalyna as well as the city of Barcelona. In March, I celebrated my 24th Birthday by visiting Madrid. My parents and sister travelled from Edinburgh to Madrid to spend the weekend with me where we visited the Royal Palace and the Reina Sophia Museum. During the first half of the school year, I worked in 3rd and 4th of ESO and with Batxillerat which was fun and interesting. While in the second half of. Now we are in the final trimester and I have moved in with the Seto Llorens family.
In the next few weeks I will go to the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona and visit any monuments and places in Barcelona that I have not seen yet. My plans for the summer are to re-. I will also go on holiday with my parents and sister to New York and Washington D. I have been extremely lucky to have had a truly Catalan experience over the past months thanks to the families I have lived with and the school.
In the future I hope to continue to study Spanish and maybe return to Barcelona at the end of summer! Thank you again to the school and the wider school community for making this experience one I will never forget. Have a fantastic summer! What big ears you have! What a big nose you have! What a big mouth you have! The little red riding is about to be eaten by the wolf!
We sing songs with them and some children even get to participate and go on stage with the actors, which is quite a treat! Here are some photos of that day. During the last weeks of school we learnt about the different means of transport, private or public, for a few people or for a lot of people, big or small, etc. We also decided to take a survey about the different ways of getting to school and going back home. We learnt that most of the students in 2nd grade come to school on foot and only a few take the bus or the train.
There are also a few who come to school by car. It was very interesting to see that some students. How about you? How do you come to school? Materials and its properties This last term we have learnt about materials and its properties. Here we show you some of our crazy inventions! Animal Project Students from 4th Grade This third term in our English classes we have been working on animals.
One of the activities was to choose our favourite animal, do a research. We saw the Robin Hood play, we loved it. We worked on some activities before the show, so we knew the songs and we could participate in the play. Robin Hood, Robin Hood, I live in the wood. I take from the bad, I give to the good. British vs American There are many cases in which the two varieties of English, American and British use different terms to describe the same thing. Are you for or against to use animals for medical research?
In this final term we have learnt how to write an argumentative essay using the applications of google drive.
First of all we searched on the internet the pros and cons of using animals for medical research, then we shared the ideas with our classmates. PROS: 1. Finding drugs and treatments to improve health and medicine. There are already some lifesaving medical breakthroughs that are the result of animal testing, like open heart surgery, organ transplants, effective insulin, vaccines for deadly diseases, … 2.
It is the most accurate way to learn the effects of substances in a living body. Ensuring the safety of drugs and other substances. Human harm is reduced and human lives are saved but also animal lives are saved because of animal testing. Many argue that the lives of animals may be worthy of some respect, but the value we give on their lives does not count as much as the value we give to human life.
Using cell cultures can only reveal side effects on a molecular level and cannot unfortunately, reveal side effects like organ failure, rashes, tumors, or cardiac arrest like animal testing can. Using computer models cannot always predict unknown variables that can be discovered with animal testing.
Animals may not have the exact same physiology as humans but animal testing is accurate enough. CONS: 1. The costs: The housing of the animals, feeding, carrying, treatments, controlling the environment, is very expensive. Animals used for testing are usually obtained from specific breeding facilities and come with a high price tag. Morality: Animals have the right to live their own life; and we are not allowed to meddle with them just because we can. It is not worth euthanizing animals for the benefit of mankind. The animals are mostly euthanized after research or others are wounded and live their life in captivity.
Sometimes it is not important enough to sacrifice an animal, like testing the effect of cosmetics and household products. Usefulness: Animals kept in unnatural conditions a lab and not their natural habitat , or animals in pain or distress, are not giving rise to accurate or consistent results. Humans are quite different from other animals, so the consequences of animal testing may not be applicable to humans.
And finally, in groups of 4 we wrote our own essay. Although a lot of people think that it is cruel to do that. The enterprises defend that they use the animals to test their products on animals before they sell them, to prevent secondary effects on humans. A lot of enterprises and important people say that it is positive to use animal testing, because a lot of lifesaving drugs and surgical procedures would not have been around, for example tuberculosis and cholera.
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Therefore, there are no available alternatives to animal testing. The defenders of animals protest to ban factories from using animals on experiments. An example, Actyma society protested against the animals experiments and animal abuse because they think that this attitude violates animals rights. In conclusion, after seeing the pros and the cons of the animal research we think that it is necessary to look for alternative ways to prove chemical products and to develop.
There are arguments both for and against about this topic. Nowadays, scientists use animals in medical research, but the lives of those animals are put in danger and they suffer when they are used in scientific experiments. They are helpless creatures who are harmed in the hands of humans. With the technology that has been developed in the last century they probably could find a way to create medicines without the need to harm animals.
Furthermore, the problem is not only the experiments, it is also the lifetime in captivity when they should live in their own habitats. On the other hand, it is believed that animals are essential in scientific research for developing medicines and they are used to learn more about the body and its cells and structures. Sometimes, before a vaccine is used in humans it has to be tested in animals to see if it works or not.
Even if the lives of those animals are put in danger, sometimes the discoveries they provide are worth the risk and until today it has been proven that these kind of research is useful and it has saved a million lives. The doctors have to investigate medicines before they use in the humans. Many medical advances and important medicines never have been existed without animal research. In conclusion, it is true that animals are very important for medical research, but usually those animals are mistreated and we should be able to find a way to avoid that. Sant Jordi was a day not to be forgotten.
Our school was visited by the literary greats Shakespeare and Cervantes. Together they brought us on a journey through the world of Shakespeare, as they explained to us some of his great works which were brought to life by the very talented actors of 3r. They were attired in the very finest costumes, kindly provided for us by Crisitina and Jaume. As they chatted, Shakespeare drank exquisite English tea and Cervantes a full-bodied Rioja!
Our sound technician Kevin Carrasco provided us with background music to set the scene. All in all, our hard work paid off. The day went off fantastically, due to the effort and attention to detail of the students. Who knows, maybe in the future we will see one or two of them on the red carpet in Hollywood! Regardez les belles photos prises dans le jardin! Moi et le sport Tu aimes le sport? Quel sport tu fais? Combien de fois par semaine tu fais ce sport?
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Finalement, il y a eu quatre gagnants au lieu de trois. An extraordinary document of the way in which the early Christians — the Apostles themselves actually — intended evangelization is St. Some scholars Norden, Jaeger question the authenticity of this speech but they are classical philosophy scholars rather than New Testament exegesis specialists.
The first reason to be interested in the discussion is the fact that it addresses the population of the city which throughout the ancient world had the reputation of being the capital of philosophy, the birthplace of Socrates and Plato, the place where Aristotle, Epicurus and the Stoics taught. The apostle Paul, who was a man of culture, was certainly aware of this fact, and took it into account in his evangelization efforts. The first reaction of those who listened to Paul preaching about Jesus and resurrection was that he was a promoter of foreign deities.
No one in Athens had in fact ever heard of Jesus and especially of his resurrection, a concept entirely alien to Greek culture, which understood the concept of immortality instead, thanks to Platonism, and in some cases even the concept of reincarnation, thanks to Pythagorism. The introduction of foreign gods, for a religion like the Greek one — which was largely a civil religion, one founded on the worship of the gods of the polis — was almost a crime.
We should not forget that this was what Socrates had been accused of and sentenced to death. So they led Paul to the Areopagus, the hill that was the headquarters of the supreme court of Athens, and invited him to explain his doctrine clearly. The strategy adopted by Paul emerges clearly from the beginning of his speech. There is no reason to doubt the historicity of this statement, which reveals a very natural concern in those practicing a polytheistic religion, namely the fear of unknown gods and the fact of not wanting to antagonize them.
This is not a simple captatio benevolentiae , as is often said, but a strategic choice made by the Apostle in order to begin with an approach shared by his listeners themselves, in this case with polytheistic, i. Moreover, in the Letter to the Romans , as you know, Paul says that the visible things made by God, that is, precisely the cosmic order, show His invisible perfections and thus make Him somewhat knowable to men, regardless of their faith. They had to point as well to natural knowledge of God and to the voice of conscience in every human being.
The implication of this argument is that we humans are not matter but spirit, that is — as the Greek philosophers said — intelligence nous. In fact, both Plato and Aristotle repeatedly declared that man is intelligence nous , that intelligence is the divine element theion present in man and that God is essentially intelligence. The author of the Acts refers to the second part more briefly but there is no reason to assume that it was less important. At this point he explicitly presents the Christian message, i. It is the whole Christian message, revealed to all men, but acceptable only through faith.
The first path of evangelization, which went from reason to faith, now follows the second path, from faith to reason. But a careful reading shows that the text does not say that. The text speaks of a division among the listeners, produced by the announcement of the resurrection, that is, the divinity of Jesus.
In fact, the concept of resurrection, as we said earlier, was totally alien to Greek culture, and as such was met by some with derision. The believers include a member of the Areopagus, Dionysius, that is, an important figure, presumably of great learning and authority, and a woman named Damaris, i. The author probably makes these remarks to indicate the variety of those who believed, and therefore the universality of the accession to faith. Indeed, it brings together two complementary and alternative ways of presenting religion, one that goes from reason to faith and one that goes from faith to reason.
The first, as St. Resurrection, for example, would be absurd without a God who, having created the world, is omnipotent and therefore can also raise people from the dead. The path that starts from reason, therefore, does not compel us to believe, as proven by the fact that some did not believe Paul, although they presumably shared his appeals to the god of philosophers, who was their god, the god of the Greek philosophers.
This path, however, allows one to believe, clears the field of any possible obstacle to faith and opens, as it were, a space for faith, as evidenced by the fact that some others, after hearing the specifically Christian message, the appeal to faith, believed. Everything becomes clearer for those who adhere to faith: they understand why God created the world, why He set an order that was a sign of His power, why He created man in His image, and why He wanted to redeem man of ignorance, sin and death through the death and resurrection of His only begotten Son, true man and true God at the same time.
Since the first route is based on reason, which is possessed by everyone, it is in a way binding for everyone, even if not everyone is then willing to use reason or knows how to use it properly. Proof of this is the fact that the Greek philosophers managed to attain it without the help of any revelation. The Greek philosophers, in fact, came to conceive of a God, creator and lord of heaven and earth, and a man who is intelligence, i.
Today this path consists in showing that reason, constituted mainly by science, does not deem absurd, i. Since the second path is based on faith, it logically presupposes the first — not necessarily in chronological order — since faith would not be possible unless one had the concept of an absolute, transcendent and omnipotent God.
But this path is the result of free choice, because faith is an act of freedom. It is not required by reason, because after admitting the existence of an absolute and transcendent God — as many in fact admit today — one might not believe that He has saved men through His Son — as many today do not believe. However, faith is made possible by reason, that is, it is shown as not impossible, not absurd, not irrational, as it would be if reason were to demonstrate that there is no transcendent God and that the world can be explained entirely by itself.
English edition: J. Ratzinger, Introduction to Christianity , Communio Books, , Academia de Medicina San Lucas — Chile. Le style missionnaire est devenu plus direct. MC et internationale F. Comme le disait Jean-Paul II :. Elle est acte de foi. Comprendre cette nouvelle approche.
Paul VI. Paris, Le Sarment, pp. Lettre apostolique Novo milleniio ineunte 6 janvier , in La documentation catholique , no. Discours scientifique et parole de foi. Paris, Aubier-Montaigne, Scientifique et croyant. Prier au quotidien. La sanctification du travail. Aniceta F. Po Philippines. Manuel M. We have no employees but have lots of volunteers. But anybody can deposit or withdraw, if not instantly for the latter, just a couple of days notice will do.
The start was rather providential. In September , an oncologist friend, Dr. Carlos Dy asked for help to collect rosaries for a big activity for cancer patients, survivors, and families of living as well as demised. We called up relatives, friends, even our patients. In about 2 weeks, I personally delivered to his clinic rosaries of various materials, sizes, and colors.
So we thought everything was through. But we still received calls and deliveries of rosaries to our home and clinic. By December, piles of grocery bagfuls eased out space in our bedroom. Teachers were so appreciative and asked for regular supplies for catechetical purposes as well. We advised our donors not only to give, but to ask from us when they see a need in public grade or high schools in their area. From this idea the word Rosary Bank was coined. I talked on the Rosary Bank. At the end of my talk, I announced over the air my contact numbers and clinic address as pick-up and delivery points of rosaries and leaflets.
Before leaving, I approached Ms. Arias and asked if it was possible to ask for back issues of their books and magazines. It was a big YES! All for free, on a pick-up basis. Were we overwhelmed with initial haul of 3 vans full of catholic reading materials! These now come on a regular basis. We are now continually deluged with requests for rosaries, many times over than donations. We never turn down requests- they are always by the hundreds, biggest single- Some public schools, poor parishes, by the thousands, but on staggered dates as they hold first communions and catechetical activities by batches.
They are offered optionally, but are always consumed as some patients would ask for extras for a family member or two. They pick up materials from me and bring in completed products in continuous cycle. Secretaries of doctors in the hospitals volunteered too. We make them nonstop as time permits. Sky blue chalk beads rosaries are our trademark. As of this writing, we have distributed not less than 50, rosaries.
We learned that time and finances are not ultimate factors in spreading the faith. But managing them is the essence. Ours is a very minute contribution in evangelization and re-evangelization, but we have vowed to take this apostolate unto our deathbeds. Su valor resulta de su existencia. Somos custodios y servidores de la vida humana en su totalidad y testimonios de la esperanza en el mundo. La familia natural es anterior al Estado. La cultura de la muerte, en vigor en una gran parte de nuestro mundo, ha desintegrado el sentido de nuestra existencia.
The term New Evangelisation needs to be understood clearly before it becomes possible for this evangelisation to become a reality. There are definitive moments and words in time which bring to mind, without effort, the author of those words. However, New Evangelisation in the thought of Blessed John Paul II is his response for the urgent need to evangelise but to evangelise within the new realities of this time.. This New Evangelisation preaches the Gospel in the milieu, language and signs of the modern era and reiterates the Truth so that it is understood by the listeners of this day.
The first two millennia saw the preaching of Gospel both in suffering and persecution but also in joy. And thus the New Evangelisation. The evangelical nature of the church is its raison d etre and could be said that this impetus finds its genesis in God Himself Who reveals and speaks about Himself through all of creation and definitively through His beloved Son Jesus.
Evangelisation does this; it speaks concretely about God, life, creation, sin, redemption, and these He continues to speak about through the Holy Spirit via the Church whose work is to bring a change to a disordered world. To change the culture from profane to divine. The New Evangelisation takes as its role model the incarnation. Jesus entered a culture and began the change. The New Evangelisation needs to do the same. With this vision, the conscience of society can be galvanised towards sharing anew the message of the Gospel. The family, life, love, can renew each generation and with each generation God speaks again a language of confidence and continuation.
The Church remains in the world as a visible sign of the Holy Spirit who speaks of Jesus through the Gospel to address the prevailing anti God anti Life ideologies of the modern era.
The saving work of Christ needs to be heard again with vigour and hope, most especially by a humanity of multi millions who have abandoned the laws written on the human heart Jer and descended into a world of pain. In the context of this society, the most vital need is to hear that Jesus has loved life so much that He took on human life to be in solidarity with the human being and because of this He has engaged with the culture, and desires to change it from one of death to one of life.
In conclusion, a new need has arisen in our day, a need for a New Evangelisation most especially to the marginalised by the anti God lie anti life lie.
To those who are consciously and determinedly attempting to determine end of life because of eugenic mentality. To those who have ceased listening to the voice of hope because the culture of death has deafened their hearing. Donders Ed. In Everyday Language. Dwyer Australia Pty Ltd. Dwyer Australia Dwyer, Australia Pty Ltd. Alfrede A. Knopf: New York, Dwyer Australia Pty Ltd The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents.
Et pour nous sauver! Mais, alors que pouvons-nous faire? John F. Brehany, Ph. Evangelization is the first task of the Church and a basic duty for every Christian. From the Great Commission that Jesus gives at the end of each of the synoptic Gospels, to the call for a new evangelization, issued by Pope Paul VI in his encyclical Evangelii nuntiandi , and renewed by Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI, evangelization — the public sharing of and witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ — is indispensable for the life of each individual Christian and for the Church. The laity, in particular, must also work to earn a living, take care of their family members, and serve the common good.
Still, all of these many activities are parts of a human life, the overall purpose of which is to receive and then reflect the grace of God. People who work in the Catholic health care ministry have both the opportunity and the duty to evangelize. Patients who are injured, ill, or dying, as well as their family members, need to have the burdens of pain, sorrow, and mortality lifted with an authentic expression of service and love.
To draw attention to the centrality of evangelization for physicians and health care professionals, the Catholic Medical Association is dedicating its 81 st Annual Educational Conference, to be held in St. Speakers will address a series of important topics, including the thought of Pope John Paul II, the role of priests and religious, new ways to use the media, natural family planning, and renewing Catholic universities.
Mothers and their babies are among the poorest of the poor and are the most vulnerable physically. Hundreds of thousands of mothers die in developing countries giving birth to new life. They suffer the most in times of economic crisis. In rich countries mothers suffer spiritually, physically, emotionally see no other solution than to destroy their unborn babies. And he is called by grace to a covenant with his Creator, to offer him a response of faith and love that no other creature can give.
A basic principle is that each human life is therefore sacred and is the starting point for a moral vision for society. Human beings are meant to live together freely giving of themselves and entering into communion with other persons. Thus an emphasis must be placed on the fundamental rights of every person; the right to life, to marry and found a family, to religious liberty, to work and to associate; all necessary for human flourishing. These imply access to food, clean water, shelter, health care, and education. Motherhood has special significance in every culture as it the most complete expression of the special vocation of women.
In some developing countries motherhood is taken very seriously and mothers are revered and considered to be a central part of the family. The woman as mother is entrusted with the responsibility of bearing and bringing to birth human beings. The woman has her own way of existing for others, of making a gift of self to others, and she is obliged to resist domination by men; she does not lose her original femininity in doing that.
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Motherhood implies a special openness to the new person. She is entrusted with human beings and has received love in order to give love n. Women are more capable than men of paying attention to another person, and motherhood develops this predisposition in them even more n. Motherhood is therefore the gift to humanity of such fundamental importance that it must be cherished and served in special ways appreciating its dignity as the key is to healthy families and societies.
It is estimated that million women conceive world-wide each year and the UN estimates the number of pregnancies artificially aborted annually to be 30 — 50 millions. The difference in the risk of dying during pregnancy and childbirth, between rich and poor countries is stark e. No other development indicators show such disparity between rich and poor countries and the gap is not closing. This neglect is not due to lack of funding but rather its wrong allocation, which is to reduce the number of children mothers bear rather, than making pregnancy and childbirth safer. The causes of maternal deaths are well known, are readily preventable and can be successfully treated at comparable low cost.
Proper measures, availability of skilled personnel at the time of birth and prompt emergency obstetrical care if things go wrong, may save the lives of 90 per cent of the mothers. The prevalence of maternal deaths is larger in rural areas, small villages, during the last trimester of pregnancy, during childbirth and, most of all, in the first week following delivery.
Not only are the lives of these women abruptly ended but also those of their newborn babies, and the chance of survival of their young children decreases dramatically. Every year about one million children are left motherless and vulnerable because of maternal deaths. Maternal morbidity following delivery is extensive and under recognized. It is estimated that for every maternal death, 30 more mothers suffer long-term damage to their health, severe and long — lasting illnesses or disabilities caused by complications during pregnancy or childbirth, e.
World-wide estimates are that 2 million young and forgotten mothers are living with this problem, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa, suffering also from depression and social rejection. These injuries are readily preventable by ensuring access to essential obstetrical care. Fistulae are treatable with specialised surgery and nursing care. By Commission e. Many other mothers are equally victims of serious harm caused by Omission as in the case of neglect during pregnancy and childbirth. The poor, of whom mothers and their babies are among the most vulnerable, have a claim upon our consciences and upon the resources and services of national governments and of the world generally.
John Paul II, Sollicitudo rei socialis, n. On this basis civil governments, as well as other public and private institutions, should consider their policies and their efforts, or the lack of these, to meet the health-care needs of these very marginalized persons. Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. Halfdan Mahler, commented in Nairobi in ;. Present policies of governments and of other public and private institutions to meet these needs of the most marginalised are inadequate.
It has been recognised by the United Nations and by the international community generally that, of the eight Millennium Development Goals, the fifth, pertaining to maternal health, has been the most neglected. This failure has been due both to a lack of political will to attend to these matters as such and to the diversion of resources into abortion and birth control under the aegis of maternity health programmes, including those of the United Nations, which has been at the expense of essential obstetrical care.
The Catholic Church has a long history of providing maternity care, but its continuation in that ministry is threatened by elements of internal dissent and by governments and health and population agencies which are dismissive of its teaching on human life, procreation and motherhood. Discriminatory policies, including funding, by governments and other agencies, violate the right of Catholic and other health professionals to practise in accordance with their consciences and undermine Catholic hospitals and non-governmental organisations in their provision of faith-based and morally upright maternity services.
Every mother must be allowed and enabled to welcome the gift of her child. Every mother has a right to respect for her dignity, religious, moral, social, and cultural values, and the right to be free from every form of unjust discrimination or coercion, during pregnancy, childbirth and afterwards. Every mother and every child has the right to the treatment and care needed to try to ensure the survival of each of them during pregnancy and childbirth; nothing must ever be done deliberately and directly which causes or which is intended to cause the death or either of them, nor must anything morally upright be deliberately omitted in order to provoke the death of either; essential obstetrical care must always be provided during pregnancy, in childbirth and afterwards.
Every mother has the right to comprehensive prenatal care, including effective health education in preparation for safe delivery. Every mother has the right to refuse prenatal diagnosis which is not intended and directed to ensuring the survival and well-being of the child she is carrying in her womb at the time and she has the right, in all circumstances to reject coercion and other pressure to procure an abortion.
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