SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
David Quinn

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August 27, 2021
The Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland Crawford Gribben Oxford University Press, £25, 352 pages _________ There is a growing literature about the demise of Irish Christianity. The latest comes from Crawford Gribben of Queen’s University, Belfast. It is called, simply, The Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland and it is a broad, sweeping, readable
April 01, 2021
The Best Catholics in the World is an account of Ireland’s Catholic past and above all the legacy of the scandals and how we should deal with them.
July 01, 2020
The figures published in the first annual abortion report bear out the fears of Irish pro-life advocates.
July 12, 2018
The rush to buy tickets for Pope Francis’s visit has surprised many observers
July 12, 2018
The outcome of the abortion referendum in Ireland in May was obviously a huge shock to the pro-life movement in Ireland and overseas. It was not simply that we were beaten, it was the scale of the thing. We were defeated by a two-to-one margin, which was exactly the size of our victory back in
February 08, 2018
The Irish establishment wants to sweep away pro-life laws. But the battle will not be so easily won
February 08, 2018
The battle to save the right to life of the unborn is now well and truly under way in Ireland. It is a struggle that will resonate in Britain. If those of us on the pro-life side win, it will be a big shot in the arm for the pro-life movement everywhere. If we lose,
September 28, 2017
The great and the good internationally have a big interest in the outcome of Ireland’s looming abortion referendum, planned for next year. They want Irish voters to erase from their constitution the so-called Eighth Amendment, which gives the unborn child the same right to life as every other human being. Abortion is only permitted in
September 28, 2017
Numerous international groups are trying to influence Ireland into legalising abortion
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