- May 26, 2020
Bono, the lead singer of the Irish band U2, said he told Pope Francis that in Ireland “it looks as though the abusers are being more protected than the victims. And you could see the pain in his face.”
A Catholic bishop has praised a decision by the British government not to impose exclusion zones around abortion clinics throughout the country.
Bishop Richard Moth jumped from a plane at 15,000 feet to raise money to take ailing pilgrims to Lourdes.
Coming into effect at the end of 2018, English women will be allowed to take abortion pills at home; but it remains unclear whether Northern Irish women who travel to England will be allowed to do so.
The British Home Secretary has rejected proposals for buffer zones around abortion clinics throughout England and Wales as disproportionate, after finding that most abortion protests are peaceful and passive.