I'll try and explain this to you. Ink knows the church doesn't believe in abortion. She doesn't believe in abortion either,nor do I and a number of folks,on here.<quoted text> Ink is wrong. We do not believe in abortion. Ink needs to explain.
She is describing the double effect. Which is sometimes hard to understand. I didn't understand in the case of the 9 year old Brazil girl,either. She told me what she thought,about it,that the 9 year old was not in Immediate danger. In other words she wasn't going to die right away.
The church considers the action in cases where the child absolutely cannot survive.
If a pregnant woman has a cancerous womb that must be removed, removing it would produce an indirect abortion. The child would die after the womb is removed, but the child's death would neither be an end nor a means. What I described is not a tubal pregnancy.