Perhaps at no point in human history has the urgency of the proclamation of the “Gospel of Life”—the name given to the 11th of Pope Saint John Paul II’s 14 encyclicals—been so apparent as today. […]
Covid19 is a dangerous virus, fatal for many. No one can know what the final death toll will be. It is therefore a requirement both of prudence (to avoid becoming infected oneself) and justice (to […]
London, England, Mar 24, 2020 / 08:01 pm (CNA).- Hours after they were published online, the U.K.’s Department of Health has retracted changes to the country’s abortion laws that would have allowed women to complete a chemical abortion at home, without going to a hospital or clinic first.
“This was published in error. There will be no changes to abortion regulations,” a Department of Health and Social Care spokesperson told The Independent, five hours after the purported changes appeared on the UK government’s official website.
The retracted March 23 order would have allowed women to terminate pregnancies via abortion pills for up to nine weeks of pregnancy, and would not have required women to attend a hospital or clinic first, The Independent reported.
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