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Bishop: new law will make abortion widespread in Ireland

Government likely to introduce legislation to allow abortion in limited circumstances

Irish bishops: doctors must try to save mother even if child may die as a result

Bishops say in statement that death of Savita Halappanavar has ‘stunned our country’

The facts of Savita’s tragic death are still elusive

The answers will be harder to find if Savita’s husband and her family decide not to co-operate with the investigation

The tragic death of Savita Halappanavar should not be exploited to sweep away Irish abortion law, under which she could legally have been saved

Enda Kenny is predictably making the most of the situation: he shouldn’t be allowed to get away with it

Romney ‘ought to win by every measure there is’

But Obama probably will because of his ‘ideological stance’

An Orthodox priest has shown just how many unborn lives one person can save

Fr Alexis Tarasov says that sometimes talking and listening to someone is all it takes

It takes courage to defy the consensus on abortion

If only people took time to consider the mysterious possibilities of pre-born life

Graphic images of abortion are profoundly counterproductive and damage the pro-life cause

Displaying these images outside an abortuary may change the minds of some women, but they will alienate the general public

Only graphic images will really change public opinion on abortion

In every successful campaign for social reform – from slavery to animal rights – images have been essential

Portugal was transformed after it was consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The same can happen with Ireland

With abortion legislation imminent, we are at a pivotal moment in our country’s history