Priest urges Archbishops to meet Taoiseach for abortion talks


The country’s archbishops reacted to a decision to legislate and regulate on abortion when a woman’s life is at risk this week by warning that it would ‘pave the way for the direct and intentional killing of unborn children’.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny says they’re entitled to their views, but the government’s required to act.

Drogheda based Augustinian Priest Father Iggy O’Donovan says Ireland’s Catholics don’t have to avail of abortion if they choose not to:

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Father Iggy O’Donovan has also spoken out before on other issues like that of contraception and the right of people to be allowed to make informed decisions:


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