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Topic: abortion

Abortion legislation in Ireland has united pro-lifers and split Enda Kenny’s own party

Among pro-lifers decades-old grudges have been dropped and people who weren’t on speaking terms are making plans with each other

What happened to the pro-life movement on campus?

My generation ignored life issues in favour of more fashionable topics

Down’s abortion figures may be higher, admits Government

Hundreds more children with Down’s Syndrome may be being aborted each year than figures show

We must be careful to heed the wishes of people with learning disabilities

It is too easy to assume that someone who is dependent on others is incapable of making a meaningful life choice

‘I just couldn’t walk away from this’

Madeleine Teahan talks to Eve Farren about why she is helping pro-lifers to navigate the jungle of student politics

Ireland is at an abortion crossroads

The ‘threat of suicide’ represents a slippery slope towards abortion on demand

Six things to pray for in 2013

Ireland, marriage, Parliament, Pope Benedict XVI and atheists all need our prayers in 2013, says Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith.

Russia’s demographic emergency

Russia’s population decline is a national emergency, and its attitude to abortion is to blame

Irish Church: proposed abortion law will lead to ‘direct killing of unborn’

Bishops respond to government plan to legalise abortion in limited circumstances

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