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The Abortion Clinic in Belfast and the Travesty of Murder

| December 16, 2012

This Thursday, 18th October, an abortion clinic in Belfast will open its doors. The clinic will be the first on the island of Ireland to offer abortion. Located on Great Victoria Street, it will perform medical abortions in cases up to nine weeks gestation. Its services will be available where there is a “permanent, long-term […]

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Faith Works: Why Christians are Doers

| December 9, 2012

Christians are doers. Political activists. Like William Wilberforce and Lord Shaftesbury. Social justice pioneers. Like Elizabeth Fry and George Mueller. Spiritual reformers. Like Martin Luther and John Wesley. Informed, energised, and involved. And rightly so. This reality, however, is always under threat. Some weeks ago I published an article on Deputy Michelle Mulherin’s “Fornication Fiasco” in Dáil […]

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