It’s incredible the mark one person can make on the world. Baby Shane Michael Haley’s birth and death certificates show the exact same date, but in his short life he achieved something that many others spend decades trying to do: he united people and along with his parents Jenna and Dan, he showed us what it is to love.
Almost 1,000 medical professionals have now signed the Dublin Declaration on Maternal Health, which was launched in 2012 to affirm that abortion is not needed to save women’s lives.
Last week Dr Máire Nesta Nic Gearailt, a medical advisor to the beautiful initiative www.everylifecounts.ie set the record straight on several key issues on TV3.
The Tonight with Vincent Browne programme featured a panel discussing aborting preborn babies with life-limiting conditions or ‘fatal foetal abnormalities’.
A family court judge ordered a 13-year-old girl to forcibly abort her 14-week-old child earlier this week
2014 is a new year, and a new opportunity for pro-lifers to stand up and take charge in the fight for life against abortion. 2013 was a bruising year for the pro-life cause in Ireland but we must continue to fight to save every individual family who may be taking the abortion route as well as working to repeal the horrific abortion act. Are you wondering how you can get involved? Here are twelve ways to fight abortion in 2014.
As we approach Christmas and the New Year, take a minute to look back - and forward - to what you achieved for the protection of Life.
Some good news to share as we approach Christmas: 32 babies and mothers have been saved from abortion by pro-life volunteers working right on the frontline: at the abortion agency door in Dublin.
The final tallies are in and more than 1,885,000 EU citizens have signed the One of Us petition to protect the human embryo - a huge achievement, almost doubling the million signatures required for the petition.
Hundreds of people gathered outside the Marie Stopes abortion clinic in Belfast City Centre for a “Witness for Life” on Saturday 19th October, when Precious Life protested the one year anniversary of the global abortion chain setting up a centre to attempt to illegally perform abortions in Belfast.
Youth Defence have challenged the Irish media to ask a late-term abortionist the hard questions on abortion this weekend.
Imagine waking up in a hospital bed unable to move. Doctors tell you that you were in a freak road accident and have been in a coma for three months. You can’t remember any of it. Actually, you can’t remember anything from the past three years of your life.
The Economist has a interesting article on what they describe as ‘a new type of moral activist’ which has emerged in China. One such activist, they say, is a slightly built and soft-spoken man, Wang Lin.
People presume that because I’m young and female I should automatically be “pro-choice”. The abortion industry has spent millions trying to market abortion, dressing it up as “choice” and a way of “empowering” women. This has led some people to believe that by declaring themselves to be “pro-choice” that they are being impartial and politically correct. Apathy towards abortion has steadily crept into society and the abortion industry works very hard to make pro-lifers seem outdated and old fashioned.
New research by an esteemed specialist in high risk maternal healthcare, has shown that there is a startling lack of evidence to support claims made by some scholars that women are much 14 times more likely to die as a consequence of childbirth as compared to abortion.