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Pro-life young adults to trek 44 miles to raise funds for SPUC

3 June 2011

Six SPUC supporters aged 26-37 will trek 44 miles to raise funds for SPUC on 18 June. The trek will follow the Lyke Wake Walk across the North Yorkshire Moors, over some of the most inhospitable moorland terrain in Britain. People wishing to sponsor the trekkers should download the forms at the following link: [SPUC, 25 May]

Patients' charter poses euthanasia danger, warns patients' helpline

A proposed charter for terminally-ill patients poses the danger of euthanasia, warns Patients First Network (PFN). PFN was responding to reports of the charter's launch by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). PFN is an initiative of SPUC Pro-Life. [SPUC, 1 June]

Barcelona priests begin monthly protest against bishop’s association with abortionist hospital

Catholic priests in Barcelona, Spain have begun a monthly protest outside a city hospital which performs abortion. The protest is aimed at the link between Barcelona's archdiocese and the hospital's board. The priests are demanding that the archdiocese follow a Vatican instruction for it to cut the link. [ 31 May]

Other stories:

UK teen pressured into abortion sets fire to ex-boyfriend’s home [Star, 1 June]

US medical student group working to make abortion an unwanted practice [Washington Independent, 1 June]

US bishop says US Girl Scouts could make girls more open to pro-abortion agenda [, 1 June]

New Zealand court rules unborn children have no right to life [, 1 June]

Phillipines bishops back Protection of the Unborn Child bill [CathNews, 31 May]

Maltese judge says European Court has "weak, hesitant" approach to protecting unborn [, 30 May]

Abortion soars among UK women in 40s [Telegraph, 28 May]

US abortion business offers free abortions to tornado survivors [Bryan Kemper, 26 May]

'Octomum' fertility doctor's licence revoked [Sky, 2 June]

Australian woman sets record for egg donation [Daily Mail, 31 May]

Man ordered to pay £100k for children after ex-wife tricked IVF clinic into using his frozen sperm [Daily Mail, 29 May]

UK woman challenges pro-suicide author's anger at Alzheimer's [Daily Mail, 31 May]

UK man says disability has made his life better [Daily Mail, 25 May]

UK woman in locked-in syndrome last year can now walk [Daily Mail, 25 May]

Tiananmen dissident in fight for China's baby girls [AFP via Yahoo!, 2 June]

Philippines senator claims divorce bill being used to soften Catholic opposition to population bill [UCAN, 1 June]

“Illegal” babies abducted by Chinese population control officials [, 26 May]

US girl with Down's Syndrome crowned prom queen [Daily Mail, 2 June]

David Norris, would-be Irish presidential candidate, is no friend of the unborn or the family [John Smeaton, 31 May]

SPUC recruits Anthony McCarthy, bioethics heavyweight, to help youth confront the culture of death [SPUC, 31 May]

Paris Vigil for Life seen as hopeful sign by beleaguered pro-life movement [, 31 May]

Pope says Catholic aid groups must obey Catholic pro-life teachings [, 27 May]

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