Tue 2nd Sep 2014 | Last updated: Tue 2nd Sep 2014 at 16:41pm

Facebook Logo Twitter Logo RSS Logo
Hot Topics

Topic: abortion

If we can abolish slavery, we can end abortion

But we must be creative in responding to the reality of unwanted pregnancy

I could not accept a reduction in the abortion limit if it excluded the disabled

Nadine Dorries would like to reduce the abortion limit to 20 weeks, yet as the mother of a Down’s syndrome daughter I could not support her proposal

‘The pro-life lobby got into a real mess’

The improbable MP Louise Mensch tells Catherine Lafferty why she is taking a pragmatic approach to reforming our abortion laws

Lord Nicholas Windsor has braved the Establishment – ie, his own family – by speaking out on abortion

The Queen’s cousin has set a fine example to fellow royals and fellow Catholics

Praying outside an abortion clinic is never boring

Extreme reactions occur occasionally, but the atmosphere is peaceful and the public more supportive than you might think

The battle on abortion should not be about incremental gains in Parliament

Pro-lifers should start by saying that abortion is intrinsically evil and fight on that principle

Morning Catholic must-reads: 19/09/11

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

‘Pro-choice’ campaigners should look to China and think again

Francis Phillips wonders if pro-abortion activists have thought through the consequences of their views

Our Lady, at the supreme moment of human history, chose to say ‘yes’ to life

Two stories I encountered yesterday offered an alternative to the Ann Furedi perspective

Debate: Has the Dorries amendment helped the pro-life cause?

Or has it distracted attention from what’s important?