Somewhat interesting Italy has allowed abortions since 1978 and Mexico city and some Mexican states also allow it. Now of course the Catholic Church opposes it, but then even people where this church dominates knows the answer is a resounding, "No!" to, Is the One True Church Roman Catholic?(PDF) So, it has little moral force, and this church even disapproves non-abortion techniques, as seen in 'Abortion rates plummet with free birth control'. Oh, in spite of the source of this article it is about the U.S.
Is abortion in Christianity a mistranslation of Bible?, this particular article points out the Jewish (and Puritan?) view of abortion. However this article emphasizes the idea of supporting marriage, and I would say so would the first article since we had threads that pointed out the problems of low birthrates for countries. It is certainly a sin for any married couple to have abortions of pregnancy --planned or not-- for purely economic reasons. I think many can agree with that, while ignoring the Romish Church.