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Pope Francis baptises one of 28 babies in the Sistine Chapel (CNS)

Pope Francis baptised 28 infants in the Sistine Chapel

The technology will use a donor egg as well as the mother’s egg (PA)

Babies made from two women and one man have been approved by the UK’s fertility regulator

'To bury the dead is a work of mercy' (AP)

New state regulations require the interment of the remains of all children who are lost through abortion or miscarriage at a healthcare facility

Pope Francis holds a baby as he visits the neonatal unit at San Giovanni Hospital in Rome (AP)

The trip to the babies’ ward of Rome’s San Giovanni Hospital was part of the Pope’s Mercy Fridays activities

A memorial to unborn children is pictured outside a Catholic church in Alexandria, Virginia (CNS)

The faithful in America has embraced these memorials. Catholics in Britain should do the same

The new clinic will offer psychological and medical help (AP)

The My Body Back clinic, based at the Royal London Hospital, provides extra support to women who have experienced sexual violence

Pro-life advocates at the March for Life in Washington in 2016 (CNS)

Former Planned Parenthood employee Abby Johnson explains why ‘science, reason and logic’ were behind her dramatic change of heart on abortion

Embryos being prepared for instant freezing in laboratory (PA)

Life says the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has approved ‘uncertain and dangerous technology’

A three-year-old chases bubbles at an event raising money for children with Down's Syndrome (AP/Mindy Schauer)

Department of Health statistics show abortions due to disability have risen by nearly 1,000 since 2011

Italy's Health Minister Beatrice Lorenzin said that Italy was a "dying country" (PA)

The Italian Minister of Health has said Italy is a dying country due to a shortage of babies