I'm not Catholic and I often criticize the Roman Catholic Church and its leaders over doctrinal disagreements, but I'm very pleased to read that the Vatican is denouncing the evils of abortion, homosexuality, and euthanasia in the strongest terms I can imagine.
[Archbishop Angelo Amato, secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith] listed these as abortion clinics, which he called "slaughterhouses of human beings," euthanasia, and "parliaments of so-called civilized nations where laws contrary to the nature of the human being are being promulgated, such as the approval of marriage between people of the same sex ..." ...
After denouncing "abominable terrorism" such as that carried out by suicide bombers, he condemned what he called "terrorism with a human face," and accused the media of manipulating language "to hide the tragic reality of the facts."
"For example, abortion is called 'voluntary interruption of pregnancy' and not the killing of a defenseless human being, an abortion clinic is given a harmless, even attractive, name: 'centre for reproductive health' and euthanasia is blandly called 'death with dignity'," he said in his address.
It's important to speak up and confront evil, not only to save the victims but also to save the perpetrators. No one is beyond God's grace and mercy, but unless people recognize their need they will never accept them.