Thursday 22 September 2011

Today's must-read pro-life news-stories, Thu 22 Sep

Paris pro-lifers attacked
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Major pro-life conference was great success
The 2011 annual national conference of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), held this past weekend (16-18 Sep.), was a great success. Numbers of young and new delegates were up on previous years. The conference started on Friday (16 Sep.) evening with presentations by SPUC's youth activists reporting enthusiastically about the many different facets of their pro-life outreach. [SPUC, 20 September]

Milton Keynes public meeting to hear parents' worries about explicit sex education
A public meeting will be held next Wednesday (28 Sep.) evening in Milton Keynes to hear parents' worries about explicit sex education programmes in primary schools. Antonia Tully, coordinator of Safe at School, SPUC's nationwide campaign for parents concerned about explicit sex education, has been invited to Milton Keynes to explain how graphic sex education is priming young children for teenage sex. The meeting has been organised in response to the concerns of local families. [SPUC, 21 September]

Peaceful pro-life demonstrators violently attacked in Paris
A group of pro-lifers holding a peaceful vigil outside a Paris hospital have been attacked violently by pro-abortion activists. The pro-lifers were pelted with eggs, their banner stolen, their car pounded and they were subjected to violent threats. Riot police were called to protect the pro-lifers. [, 20 September]

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