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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

Ireland’s new abortion law is even worse than ours

Abortion’s impact on Ireland’s culture will be dire

Irish politicians expelled from their party after opposing abortion bill

Protection of Life During Pregnancy bill progresses after second stage vote

Morning Catholic must-reads: 10/06/13

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Cardinal O’Malley boycotts college ceremony in protest at Irish PM

Archbishop of Boston accuses Enda Kenny of “aggressively promoting abortion legislation”

The Magdalen Laundries: an important corrective

Despite the failings of the Magdalen system, unbalanced analysis failed to reflect the full story

Cardinal O’Malley urges Ireland to stand up to abortion lobby

Boston cardinal says the Irish should be proud of their pro-life heritage

The Magdalene laundries were used as reformatories where girls were sent without due process. But they were not brutal: anti-Catholics have lied about them

The laundries were tough places, undoubtedly. But there was no sexual abuse and no physical punishment

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