The current position of the Catholic Church states that “the human being must be respected and treated as a person from the moment of conception and

The current position of the Catholic Church states that “the human being must be respected and treated as a person from the moment of conception and, therefore, from that moment must be recognized the rights of the person, especially the right inviolable of every innocent human being to life “(John Paul II, 1995). This conservative position of rejection of abortion in any situation, or those positions that only accepted for saving the lives of women, is shared by other faiths, cultures and even biochemical contemporary atheists who in politics are liberal (Wertheimer, 2001 : 26); Some Buddhists, for example, consider that abortion cuts the cycle of reincarnations of the fetus, remaining this as a threatening presence to the mother, even creating a wave effect that transcends the woman herself (Wolf-Devine and Devine, 2009: 80 )