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Monica Doumit: No show a sign of disrespect

Anyone who has seen the film The Passion of the Christ will recall the brutal scourging scene, which lasts for some six-and-a-half minutes. Less...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Excommunication possible

“Dear Father, I am disturbed by the fact that some Catholic politicians have voted for the legalisation of abortion in this country. For me,...

Veronica another example of those targeted by Abortion Bill

Helen McGovern was offered an abortion 20 weeks into her fourth pregnancy, after she was diagnosed with a rare high blood pressure condition. She refused...

Chris Da Silva: A hit and run job on personhood

The word ‘person’ is mentioned 50 times in the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill 2019. Most striking are the utterances in Clause 5, perhaps the...

NSW abortion debate begins

Hundreds of people joined in pro-life protests and a three-day prayer vigil to fight the bill.

Teachers inspired by UK March for Life

Sydney newlyweds say they have been buoyed after attending the UK March for Life.

Biggest turn-out ever at pro-life event

Organisers of the annual Day of the Unborn Child in Sydney say yesterday’s turnout was the best they’ve had in 20 years of running...
People gather at the Parliament of NSW on the Day of the Unborn Child in 2015. Photo: Patrick J Lee

Dr Greg Walsh: Victorian law in NSW a disaster

Victorian style abortion laws may be enacted in New South Wales later this year. A leaked Labor Party election flyer listed as one of its...
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