Reflecting on Irish Referendum: Diverse Perpectives

Reflecting on Irish Referendum: Diverse Perpectives

Lord Alton:

Speaking in Clitheroe, at the Bank Holiday Monday Right to Life Whit Walk, David (Lord) Alton reminded walkers that St Teresa of Calcutta had said that in the struggle to safeguard the sanctity of human life that”we are not called upon to be successful but faithful.”

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Tina Beattie

Dr Tina Beattie, Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Roehampton in London and Director of the Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing writes: Many people today – particularly Catholics – might feel a profound sense of distress and pessimism about the likelihood of an overwhelming majority for the “yes” vote to liberalising abortion laws in Ireland. I want to share why I feel sad but deeply thankful for the result.

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