I have no interests in controlling women's reproductive lives, but as a Catholic I believe life begins at conception, and abortion is murder.
I don't disagree with you, but what matters in public policy is actions, not sentiment.
The operative question is whether you believe society is better off by imprisoning mothers who get abortions.
It's possible to both believe it's murder and to believe that imprisonment/prosecution is not the correct response. Don't be fooled into the "insult/vengeance" paradigm that we're told by civil religions to be essential. I'm pretty sure you'll find the opposite recommendations in the Gospels.
And, BTW, this is why "the issue" cannot be resolved by our current system of governance - it's located directly at the insult/vengeance nexus. Until we can get past legislating revenge the "two sides" will never find any common ground.