In addition to the lives of unborn babies that will be lost as a result of the home abortions that take place, Deputy Nolan raised the potential for devastating health outcomes that remote consultation generates for women self-administering abortion drugs – Pro Life Campaign.
“Dramatic decrease in the number of babies born with Down Syndrome in England will be replicated here” – Pro Life Campaign.
“Ultimately, with abortion the issue is not about whether a baby has a disability or a life-limiting condition. It is about the fact that with every abortion an innocent baby has his or her life ended.”
Iona Institute warns against introduction of broad all-encompassing legislation on exclusion zones.
General practice is not the appropriate setting in which to deliver abortion, because of the lack of capacity in an already overstretched environment, lack of training and concerns over availability of ultrasound.
A group of general practitioners representing doctors for freedom of conscience met with TDs and Senators this morning at an event hosted by the Oireachtas Human Dignity group in Leinster House.
Greater recognition must be given in Ireland’s welfare system and tax codes to the cost of rearing children, former Taoiseach says.
Former Taoiseach John [...]
Greater recognition must be given in Ireland's welfare system and tax codes to the cost of rearing children, former Taoiseach says.
Comments by Minister Harris promising abortion services to Northern Ireland women represent an attack on the unborn and on the democratic process.
“I was not fully informed about the vaccination programme and I can see now how HPV vaccines can contribute greatly to lowering the rate of cervical cancer.”
“The truth is repeal of the 8th Amendment would inevitably result in more lives being lost. That’s the tragic reality of legalised abortion."
One Day More welcomes use of the term ‘life-limiting condition’ in the new ‘Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death’.
The Pro Life Campaign has accused the Government of exploiting the Savita Halappanavar case to get abortion legislation instead of prioritising patient safety.
Three of the twenty-six terminations were carried out the basis of a risk to the life of the mother from suicide.
Fundraising group led by Fr Dan Joe O’Mahony and Fr Eugene Kennedy made a massive contribution of €7 million.
“It is very important that no group should be discriminated against being able to give organs or indeed to give blood,” Archbishop Eamon Martin.
Primate warns the Church will mount a “robust defence” of the right to life of mothers and unborn babies diagnosed with fatal foetal abnormalities.
Description of babies diagnosed fatal foetal abnormalities as "dead" criticised by support group for parents of children diagnosed with a terminal condition.
Medical staff in designated centres able to perform abortions under the terms of the Act.
Hospital confirms it will comply with the law despite its Catholic ethos.