Last week, pro-abortion activists stormed St Joseph Cathedral in Ohio, disrupting a pro-life mass. According to LifeSiteNews, eight abortion activists made their way to the altar holding signs saying “Fund abortion, not cops”, and “Abortion on demand, end Hyde now” - a legislation preventing federal funds to pay for abortion - whilst also chanting “Two, four, six, eight, this Church teaches hate”.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus Covid-19 could "cripple abortion services" according to media reports - news that has been welcomed by pro-life groups who say i will afford opportunities to help both mother and child.
Google must answer questions about whether it or its employees engaged in an active campaign to prevent Irish voters from accessing information on its platforms during Ireland’s referendum on the 8th amendment, the former campaign group Save the 8th has said.
The Life Institute has said that the twelve short months that have passed since the repeal of the 8th amendment have made it abundantly clear that the vote was a mistake and that abortion is nothing to celebrate.
The Life Institute has called on the Coroner at the inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar to hear from neutral expert obstetric witnesses on the impact of Irish law on necessary terminations of pregnancy, in order to ensure a balanced view is heard.
Pro-life activists have described the illegal use of an altar in a Catholic church in Dublin to stage abortion campaign photos as a "new low" for abortion campaigners, who are increasingly showing an "extreme intolerance" towards people of faith or anyone that disagrees with them.
The Life Institute has accused the United Nations of pushing the Irish government to act illegally, after the State was encouraged in a recent hearing to take measures to encourage the public to vote Yes in a ‘repeal the 8th’ referendum. The comments were made as Ireland appeared before the monitoring body of the United Nations Committee Against Torture on Thursday, July 27th. The Committee is chaired by a Danish doctor and includes members from countries where human rights abuses are rife such as China. Denmark has recently said it will be ‘Down Syndrome’ free in the near future with almost all babies with the condition being aborted before birth.