Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops has issued a strongly worded caution against the pro-life group Texas Right to Life, which has endorsed primary candidates in several local races.
The bishops on Thursday warned parishioners about volunteering for the organization and advised parishes and Catholic schools to stop participating in the anti-abortion group’s activities or letting it use their sites to hold events. The bishops’ concerns centered on conflicts dealing with pro-life and end-of-life reform and the Texas Right to Life’s voter guide.
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The bishops made a point in their statement that Texas Right to Life “is not to be confused” with Texas Alliance for Life or Texans for Life Coalition, which “remain consistent with the bishops’ positions,” they wrote.