More evidence the 2008 Election is going to be a lot of fun.
"To violate human life is always and everywhere wrong. In fact, we don't think it's a matter of church teaching, but a matter of the way God made the world, and it applies to everyone," he added.
Meanwhile, Bishop Robert Baker of Charleston, South Carolina, told the newspaper how recent comments by Pope Benedict XVI could play a role in the 2008 election.
The pontiff told reporters before a trip to Brazil several weeks ago that lawmakers who had voted for a bill to legalize abortions in Mexico City had automatically excommunicated themselves and should be excluded from communion.