“The direct and intentional taking of the life of any innocent human being is always gravely wrong – we must avoid becoming desensitised to the value of every human life.”
“I’m sick of being told that without the right to take a life, without the right to kill, that somehow I am not equal. This is not a proposal designed to help women – it is an excuse to do nothing else.”
“All I needed was someone to come alongside and say to me you can do this. But it wasn’t there…..the support I needed, the information I needed, wasn’t there.”https://media2.catholicireland.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Women-Hurt-by-Abortion_-Help-Hope-Healing.mp4
Source: Choose Life 2018.ie
Doctor McKenna reiterates the fact that most doctors are not campaigning to repeal the 8th amendment, because it is not healthcare. If the 8th amendment is repealed it will lead to abortion on demand up to 12 weeks in Ireland. Minister Harris has proposed that this will be a GP-led [...]
Most medical professionals are not supporting the repeal of the 8th amendment and are remaining neutral, because this is not a healthcare issue. As five former chairs of the Institute of Obstetricians have pointed out, it’s about legalising abortion on demand in Ireland.
Source: Love Both / Medical Alliance for the 8th
Abortion is often coerced or forced, particularly for vulnerable young women. Listen to Frank, a social worker, explain.https://media2.catholicireland.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Abortion-is-often-coerced-or-forced_-Listen-to-social-worker-Frank-explain.mp4
Source: Save the 8th
Ciara Ferry reviews Friday’s debate on the Late Late Show, and says that with two more televised debates expected before 25 May, campaigners will hope that calm, rational debate will keep viewer numbers up and encourage a high turn-out on polling day.