Politicians in Stormont showed courage on abortion issue – we should ask the same of those seeking the Dáil

Two weeks ago, politicians in Stormont voted down two proposals to make abortion available in the north where the baby was either conceived by sexual assault or had a severe disability – a so-called ‘fatal, foetal abnormality’. The measures were decisively defeated. The proposal to allow abortion where a baby has a severe disability was […]

First Perinatal Care Conference hears of revolutionary new treatments and perinatal hospice care

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the International Perinatal and Hospice Care Conference held at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin.  Going into the conference, I was prepared to hear typical medical conference fare –  long and technical presentations albeit about an interesting topic.  I was interested in learning more about […]

The baby in the jar

It was a couple years ago, at a conference of anti-abortion activists in California. I gave a speech on the history of social reform, on how those exposing the reality of abortion were following in the footsteps of the abolitionists, the National Child Labor Committee, and so many other activists who had fought to bring […]

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