Friday, 8 August 2014

Listen to SPUC's Pat Buckley on the pro-life battle at the United Nations

Patrick Buckley, one of SPUC's representatives at the United Nations, was interviewed recently [link to MP3] by Kathy Sinnott for her radio programme on EWTN, Celtic Connections. Pat gave a very clear and informative overview of the pro-life battle at the United Nations. The interview lasts 20 mins and is relevant to everyone with pro-life and pro-family concerns.

For those not already familar with Pat, he blogs at European Life Network . As well as representing SPUC at international institutions and in the Republic of Ireland, he is a member of the Holy See Forum and a past president of the National Association of Catholic Families (NACF) in the UK. He is a retired architect and has many other accomplishments, mentioned on his blog.

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Mothers glad they rejected abortion of sick children

Samuel Davies
Mothers glad they rejected abortion of sick children
Two mothers who rejected abortion has spoken of their gladness. Vicky Davies’s son Samuel was born with his stomach and intestines developing in his chest. Jacky Robson's daughter Faith was diagnosed with part of an artery missing. Vicky Davies said she "couldn’t even imagine" having an abortion, while Jackie Robson explained that "No matter what, she was our baby and we were keeping her." [Christian Institute, 8 August]

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  • Woman gains degree by blinking after stroke leaves her unable to walk and talk [Telegraph, 4 August]
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