Defending life from conception to natural death
SPUC supports parents and medical professionals in helping to protect children, before and after birth
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We stand shoulder to shoulder with the African pro-life movement as part of the global witness to life
SPUC has been defending unborn children for nearly 50 years, both in the UK and internationally
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The universal right to life of every human being is the foundation on which all other rights rely
Pro-life feminists represent a growing number of women who believe passionately in women’s empowerment and the universal right to life
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Stop Buffer Zones
SPUC has a strange attdiute. From their comments, you might think that Blair had nothing to do with the evil and illicit invasion of Iraq - whilst it is a good thing to stand up for the rights of the unborn, it looks a bit strange when they appear to go quiet over the rights of the born.If the empty statements that have characterised his years in office are anything to go by, Blair may be nothing more than a naif at large, and barely culpable for his actions. What is worrying is how the political system can allow anyone like that to become Prime Minister. And his successor looks set to preside helplessly over economic disaster. Any how many more abortions have there been and will there be because parents cannot afford or do not have space for another child as a result of the Blair/Brown economic? And will SPUC have anything to say on that subject? Why do we tolerate cruel and unjust economic institutions and cry out only at the consequences?Catholic social teaching is seamless and it does nothing but harm to focus on one part to the neglect of the rest.Must blog this myself.