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Avraham Steinberg has approved of abortion in some cases, while Fr Maurizio Chiodi says contraception may be permissible

A court has approved the withdrawal of fluids from a man in a stable but minimally conscious state

A new book about saints with disabilities is a reminder that everyone has a vocation

The ‘it’s just a clump of cells’ argument, while repeatedly applied to humans, has not yet been mentioned in the bovine debate

300 doctors have signed a letter objecting to the new test amid fears its introduction is ‘on economic grounds’

A Bill to prevent late term abortions of disabled babies has moved to the next legislative stage

The annual awards honour women who have ‘made an outstanding contribution’ to the Church in Britain

Bill introduced by Conservative peer Lord Shinkwin would end the abortion up to birth of disabled babies

Cardinal Nichols said abortion could never be a ‘right in conscience’ because it destroys an innocent human life