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TALK 06 Father Dominic CHAN: Angel Garden is a respect for parents and babies

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The Catholic Cemetery established the Angel Garden two years ago to provide burial sites for aborted fetuses less than 24 weeks old. Father Dominic CHAN and his official Dicky CHEUNG attended the Shue Yan University Weekly Meeting this afternoon and pointed out that Angel Garden is a respect for parents and babies. They believe that this facility will make it easier for aborted parents to get out of the haze.

According to Father Dominic CHAN, according to statistics, there were more than 10,000 cases of childbirth in 2011. If there is a case of legal abortion by artificial means, the number will be more. At present, apart from the Catholic Cemetery, Christianity and the Government have also set up angel gardens at Daofeng Mountain and Hehe Stone Cemetery respectively. He hopes that the government will be able to build more angel gardens in the future and let the lost parents bury their fetuses with human consideration. He emphasized that the establishment of the Angel Garden is a respect for parents and abortion babies. The current law stipulates that abortions that are less than 24 weeks old are not "non-live babies". Because they are not "human wrecks", the fetus cannot be buried or cremation. Abortion babies are also considered as medical waste to be sent to landfills. Some parents have no choice but to go to the veterinary clinic for cremation; there have been court cases in the past that the abortion baby could not be buried because it was only 23 weeks and 6 days, less than 24 weeks. Father Dominic CHAN said that it is impossible to bury or ignite the fetus, and the parents who have lost their fetus feel uncomfortable. The church has seen this and revised the Catholic Cemetery by applying for an exemption from the FEHD for abortion of the fetus for less than 24 weeks. It can be buried in the Angel Garden set up in the Catholic Cemetery. He also suggested that the government should amend the law to raise the 24-week limit for "non-live births" to 20 weeks.

Dicky CHEUNG, a member of the "God's Descendant", believes that Angel Garden is the first step in Catholicism and hopes that the placement of aborted babies will extend to other religions.

Dicky CHEUNG pointed out that it is certainly a driving force to promote charity by setting an example for artists. In fact, many large-scale charity performances are really just a performance. Although they can successfully raise money, most artists only pay attention to the performance of the show, clothing. Whether you are eye-catching or not, the order of appearance, etc., you cannot practice the meaning of life-changing life. He also pointed out that many charitable activities are also business-oriented than charity. He will not participate in such activities.--165036 2019年4月25日 (四) 00:37 (CST)

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