June 22, 2022
June 22, 2022
Abortions in England and Wales have reached their high recorded level, government statistics have revealed. Figures released by the Department for Health and Social Care revealed that 214,869 were carried out in 2021, an increase of 4,009 from 2020. The rise in abortions corresponded with the first full year that so-called “DIY” home abortion services
June 22, 2022
As rumours continue to mount that Pope Francis could be on the verge of resigning, it is worth considering not just who the next Pontiff could be but what he would represent. The Pope will host a consistory to create 21 new cardinals later this year. The College of Cardinals currently consists of 208 Cardinals,
June 22, 2022
A Catholic bioethics institute has said that a brain-damaged boy should not have a ventilator removed as long as there is a chance that he is alive. Archie Battersbee, 12, was found unconscious at home by his mother, Hollie Dance, with a ligature around his neck. She believes that the talented gymnast did not attempt
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