Fact checking the Journal’s fact checker on abortion

This week, the Journal ran a fact-check on the 20-page information booklet from the Life Institute used in the Life Canvass, and, much to the chagrin of abortion supporters, they didn’t find one false statement in it. The piece attracted a lot of comments from readers who were shocked to learn that 1 in every […]

Let love shine through: what we can learn from #WorldWithoutDowns

In Sally Phillip’s profoundly moving and often joyous documentary, ‘A World Without Down Syndrome’, there is an especially poignant scene with Halldóra Jónsdóttir,  a beautiful and accomplished young woman living with Down Syndrome in Iceland. Halldóra had written an article defending her right to life – justifying her very existence – because children with Down Syndrome […]

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 […]

Abortion poll’s misleading questions add to misinformation on profound disabilities

THIS WEEK, A new poll published by the Irish Times found most Irish people favoured legalising abortion where an unborn child would “not be born alive”. Abortion campaigners seized on the poll results to call for Ireland’s abortion laws to be extended to unborn babies who are often described as ‘incompatible with life’. But the […]

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