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‘Church’s opposition to abortion not subject to modernisation,’ says Pope in new document

Pope writes that the faithful have ‘obligation to defend those whose basic right to life is under attack’

If healthcare professionals can no longer opt out of abortion, a vital pro-life witness will die. The two Glasgow midwives need our support: here’s how

These brave women have taken their cause to the Supreme Court in London. This is now a vital test case. SPUC have taken on the costs: they urgently need our financial help

Cardinal: public should know which health plans cover abortion

Cardinal O’Malley criticises ‘unique secrecy’ around insurers’ coverage of abortion

The debate about beheadings exposes a double standard when it comes to abortion

Viewing video clips of a decapitation on social media trivialises the violence. At the same time, there are sometimes appalling images that the public should see

Pro-lifers score victory in European Parliament

Plan to make abortion a human right sent back to committee

New California laws will ‘dramatically increase availability of abortion’

Non-doctors will be able to perform abortions under new rules

Catholic doctor may be struck off for refusing sex-selective abortion

Law in Australian state of Victoria ‘stops doctors from using their conscience’

Abortions on grounds of gender are legal in Britain, says director of public prosecutions

Law does not ‘prohibit gender-specific abortions,’ writes Keir Starmer in letter to Attorney General

Mater will not perform abortions, says nun on hospital board

Sr Eugene Nolan’s comments follow resignation of Fr Kevin Doran

Irish hospital should be challenging new abortion law, instead of meekly caving in to the government

Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae Hospital seems to have accepted the change in the law that could pave the way for abortion on demand