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Topic: abortion

People are so rude in the abortion debate that it’s almost pointless trying to argue

And yet if ever there was a need for rational argument, then now is the time

MPs reject Dorries plan to restrict abortion counselling

Amendment that would prevent abortion providers offering counselling is defeated by a majority of 250

The nature of women is to give and nurture life, not destroy it

Arguments over women fighting in the armed forces and the legalisation of abortion are linked

The lessons of Nadine Dorries’s bungled attempt to reform abortion rules

The episode has exposed the cowardice of the Coalition Government

Does the Government really intend to ‘tighten the rules’ on abortion? What governments say can’t always be trusted: Catholic bishops should be wary

Nadine Dorries wants to stop taxpayers’ money going to ‘counselling’ by abortionists: but will the Department of Health actually back her?

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If only more people knew that they could find healing through Confession

World Youth Day reminded us that the sacrament can open the doors to new life

Another Irish nightmare: at Maynooth, they’re campaigning for abortion. But calm down; these days, there’s Maynooth and Maynooth

All the same, the story is all too symbolic of Irish life today

If only Britain’s leaders had the same moral courage as Ronald Reagan

The US leader, dismissed initially as a B-grade movie star, was a great pro-life president

Pro-lifers should be wary of mandatory counselling before abortion

It might sound like a good thing but it is not as straightforward as one might think