Fr Kevin Doran resigns from Mater Hospital board following its statement on compliance with abortion legislation
3 October 2013
Fr Kevin Doran said that the Mater hospital had a duty to give witness to the sanctity of human life
A member of the board of a leading Irish hospital has resigned after it announced that it will comply with Ireland's new abortion law.
Fr Kevin Doran, a prominent priest in Dublin, said that the Mater hospital had a duty to give witness to the Gospel value of the sanctity of human life.
The Archbishop of Dublin is seeking clarification of the hospital's announcement. [Pat Buckley, 2 October]
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