The beauty of motherhood , the preciousness of life.

  Welcome, Joan Margaret: 11.07.2019   We’ve been waiting for you after two long years; after finding out we were pregnant and losing the baby right away. It was a physically painful miscarriage and took me by surprise. But a few months later I had a positive pregnancy test and was filled with hope. Twelve […]

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Why my referendum devastation turned to determination, by Criostiona Ni Laimhin

Hearing the results of the referendum was devastating. There is no doubt about that. I’ve been involved with the pro-life movement in whatever way I could be since I was twelve years old and the idea of losing our identity as a pro-life nation was heart-breaking. But here’s the strange thing – within minutes, that […]

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20.08.18: Why I’m optimistic for the future of the pro-life movement, by Gavin Boyne

On the 25th of May, the Irish people voted to remove the 8th amendment from our constitution. This amendment acknowledged the Right to Life of the unborn child and acted as the child’s only legal protection. In its stead, the 36th amendment to the constitution shall be implemented. The implementation of this amendment will allow […]

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17.07.18: How I feel about the referendum result, by Emma Maloney

As I fought back the tears as the results of the referendum were announced I knew in my heart that this defeat wouldn’t stop me from continuing to speak out against abortion. My message before, during and after the referendum is still the same – Women deserve better than abortion. Having gone through a crisis […]

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For anyone who thinks “Abortion is happening anyway”

I was 21 when I got pregnant. I was living at home with my mam I had a minimum wage job with a zero hour contract, I suffered horrendously with depression and attempted suicide 3 years previous. I had been with my boyfriend for about 6 months he was still in college and only 20 […]

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