Marie Stopes and their despicable abortion practice. When will the media report the truth?

A new series of reports has been released which is so shocking that the British mainstream media– which usually manages to ignore the seedier aspects of the abortion industry – has been forced to cover it.  It was revealed that Marie Stopes International (the UK’s largest abortion provider) is guilty of a plethora of ethical, […]

Simon Harris has money for abortion compensation but not for homeless pregnant women

Simon Harris, the Health Minister who recently professed his thanks to an Irish woman who tweeted her abortion, has offered €30,000 of taxpayer’s funds to another woman who went to the UN to challenge abortion laws. This has been lauded by the entire media establishment as compensation due for being ‘forced’ to travel abroad to […]

Abortion push by Irish President’s wife an appalling abuse of power and privilege

Abortion is perhaps the most divisive and hotly-argued topic in Ireland today. Marches against abortion, such as the Rally for Life , draw tens of thousands of people, and in the most recent election, Labour, who promised to introduce wider abortion laws, were decimated in the polls. The right to life of Irish unborn children, […]

How the World Sees People with Down Syndrome – and How They See Themselves

The new public service announcement, “How Do You See Me?,” featuring actress Olivia Wilde, showcases the reality of how people living with Down Syndrome see themselves differently than the world sees them. The video spot, created by Italian organization CoorDown, seeks to raise awareness about Down Syndrome and challenge the public’s perception of people living […]

The Real Zika Killers

On February 1st, 2016 the World Health Organisation declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern in relation to the spread of the Zika virus, and estimated the amount of people infected by the virus as being over 4 million in the last 9 months. The virus, until 2015, was confined to parts of Africa, […]

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 […]

When the term “incompatible with life” becomes a death sentence

Abortion advocates use this horrific term in their effort to justify killing gravely ill babies in the womb. Late abortion is necessary (even vital) in cases where babies are diagnosed prenatally with life-limiting conditions such an anencephaly and Trisomy 18 — so goes the preferred argument of abortion advocates. Such diagnoses are often not possible […]

This is for my mother: Why Every Life Counts

My sister Máire Bríd was stillborn. My mother says that, two days before her due date, her little baby stopped moving and that she almost ran to the hospital, hoping against all hope, but knowing that something was terribly wrong. At the hospital they couldn’t find a heartbeat. Two days later she was born: perfect […]