The Church speaks in the case of Ana Obregón: neither surrogacy nor the ‘openness’ of Feijóo

The social debate on surrogate motherhood Ana Obregon, at 68 years old, jumped to Congress this Wednesday the 29th. From the political debate it has also passed to the religious one. All the plans of this polyhedral affair are on the table of the gatherings. On this occasion the Church has spoken. It has been through the bishop of Orihuela-Alicante, José Ignacio Munilla, who has expressed himself on Twitter.

Media and very present in networks, Munilla has expressed his rejection of this surrogacy service. And she has done it by sharing an image of the actress, with her new baby in her arms, on the cover of Holaalong with a photograph of Alberto Núñez Feijóo and Cuca Gamarra. The bishop also shows his rejection of the new approach of the PP on the surrogate in the search for a possible fit, as long as it is an altruistic practice.

“The dignity of human life is subordinated to our mere desire and politics stops looking for the common good to limit itself to giving a legal framework to our dreams.” Munilla, who before Orihuela-Alicante was in the Diocese of San Sebastián, is known in the media for talking about the impact that “radical feminism” has on women. He has also received criticism from movements in defense of the rights of the LGTBIQ collective.