In the past few months of this year, two nations settled, at least to a degree, the issue of the legality of abortion. Both of these nations are of once-proud Catholic heritage, now faced with rising modernist decadence. In both, the pro-death side had greater popular support than the pro-life side. Yet in one of them, life was defended, while in the other, the floodgates were opened for child murder on demand. This is not a coincidence, and examining their examples in detail will yield an observation most modern Christians will likely find themselves uncomfortable with, but which they must sooner rather than later confront.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://legiochristi.com/democracy-as-idolatry/