The White Crosses Memorial was held at the Lookout, Dungarvan on Saturday 27th May.
Approaching the 5th anniversary of the repeal of the 8th amendment, the Catholic Bishops Conference have said that the narrative around abortion must be changed and asserted their belief that Ireland’s abortion law will eventually be repealed.
An excellent letter featured in the Irish Examiner recently that highlighted the concern over the removal of safeguards within Ireland’s abortion legislation which would make it easier to abort a baby who has been diagnosed with a life limiting condition in the womb.
Independent Senator Rónán Mullen has welcomed clarification from the Oireachtas Committee on Assisted Dying, of which he is a member, that the Committee has ‘full freedom’ to recommend against the introduction of assisted suicide if it sees fit.
Independent TD Carol Nolan has described coerced abortions as a form of violence against women and their unborn babies – criticising the provision of abortion pills by telemedicine as playing a role in subjecting women to such coercion.