- Feb 24, 2021
Scottish authorities’ move to allow at-home administration of abortion drugs violates the law and will allow more pressure on women to have abortions, critics said.
A bill in the British Parliament would clarify the rights of conscientious objection for medical professionals, protecting them from participating in medical procedures to which their beliefs are opposed.
Scottish Cardinal Keith O’Brien, the former Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh who resigned in 2013 after allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled against him, died on Monday at the age of 80.
17 prominent American pro-life leaders are urging Ireland’s Prime Minister not to support efforts to repeal the country’s ban on abortion.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster has suggested that children would find their “greatest joy” by accepting their biological sex rather than selecting a gender of their choice.
Ireland’s national soccer team manager has said it was “very disappointing” that his counterpart for the Northern Ireland soccer team has brought religion into a dispute over player recruitment for the Irish team.