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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

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The accusation against Pope Francis that his policy was to avoid the contentious moral issues turns out to be wrong. He is, after all, a sign of contradiction

Now he has made a passionate declaration against abortion, on the protection of the vulnerable against being ‘discarded’, because they, too, are in the image of Christ

Pope condemns abortion as product of ‘throwaway culture’

Every unborn child who is condemned to be aborted ‘has the face of the Lord’, says Francis

British Government is urged to launch inquiry into ‘scandalously under-policed’ abortion laws

Professor Jack Scarisbrick says abortion services have ‘become a ‘runaway bus’

It is a small step from saying that sex-selective abortion is wrong to being pro-life

The scandal about the aborting of unborn girls shows the contradictions in the pro-abortion argument

Pro life campaigners criticise CPS over sex-selective abortion

Doctors who agreed to arrange sex-selective abortions will not face prosecution

Pope’s compassion touches hearts all over world, says cardinal

We oppose abortion because we love people, he tells Knights of Columbus gathering

How Catholic is Ireland today?

Enda Kenny’s abortion law will put Catholic institutions on a collison course with the state

Irish pro-life campaigners vow to fight new abortion law

President Michael D Higgins signed the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill after tense parliamentary debates