- Oct 29, 2020
Ireland’s Child and Family Agency said 29 of 135 church bodies were rated “excellent” in its recent audit, while 16 were rated “unsatisfactory.”
As the Republic of Ireland prepares to vote in a referendum that could liberalize the country’s abortion laws, a recent poll has shown dwindling support for a change in the constitution.
A British judge has ordered that the ventilation from a 21-month-old baby with a rare brain disorder be removed, despite the requests from the parents the child be allowed to leave the country for further treatment.
The British government has said it will not overrule a Bermudian law passed earlier this month which abolishes same-sex marriage, less than a year after the institution was imposed by a court decision.
Amid efforts to legalize abortion on the Isle of Man, critics of a new abortion bill have spoken out in defense of human life, saying the proposal would introduce a number of dangers.
Catholic leaders have joined forces with other religions to demand the British government end the use of indefinite detention on immigration grounds.