The beauty of human life is more than skin deep
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 11 December 2015
Every person is lovable regardless of how they look, because human beings are more than the sum of their parts. This truth has important implications for pro-lifers.
It's a girl!
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 9 December 2015
For the vast majority of parents, the birth of a girl is as welcome as the birth of a boy. But in some parts of the globe, the advent of a baby girl is greeted not with tears of joy, but with a death sentence.
Branch blog: SPUC volunteers in Merseyside
Posted by Anne Fearon on 24 November 2015
This week we feature Anne Fearon, a volunteer from one of our regional groups, who tells us about the local activities they run there for SPUC. Anne is also vice-chair of SPUC.
Tragedy in Paris reminds us that every life is precious
Posted by Isaac Spencer on 20 November 2015
The world is still reeling in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris a week ago which killed at least 130 people - the senseless slaughter of innocents horrifies us all, including those who don't identify as 'pro-life'.
Pro-life counsellors offer women a genuine choice
Posted by Laura Doherty on 10 November 2015
We do not help women by telling them that they can get rid of their baby, pretend it never happened and that everything will be okay.
Human beings are made to be lovably imperfect
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 6 November 2015
No human being can be made to be perfect, whether physically, mentally or in any other way. We all have multiple imperfections and many people have disabilities, often subtle or unknown.
Don't use rape victims to try to justify abortion
Posted by Fiorella Nash on 3 November 2015
Treating abortion as a form of necessary medical care for a victim of rape is dishonest and simplistic; a woman who has been raped requires support and assistance to recover from the rape and abortion can never erase the horror of that act or help the woman to heal.
How do you wish to be remembered?
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 30 October 2015
We are unlikely to be buried like the Mycenaean warrior reported by the Times this week, as a conquering hero surrounded by piles of treasure. But we can leave behind us a reputation for acts of heroism worth far more than prizes of gold and silver.