Be Here For Me Campaign

April 12, 2018

The Be Here For Me campaign, by Mothers who have been helped by Pro-Life vigils outside abortion centres has produced an excellent short video which is well worth viewing. https://behereforme.org/

Please have a look at their website and take action to stop the introduction of censorship zones around abortion clinics.

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50 Questions About Abortion: 49 – The language of abortion

April 11, 2018

Last year was the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act in the UK. Sr Roseann is answering 50 questions about abortion, to mark the 50th anniversary.

Question 49: The language of abortion

 


50 Questions About Abortion: 48 – What are the important issues?

April 4, 2018

Last year was the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act in the UK. Sr Roseann is answering 50 questions about abortion, to mark the 50th anniversary. In these lasts 3 questions, Sr Roseann summarises the main points.

Question 48: “What are the important issues?”

 


Nurses Supporting Abortion? Not In My Name

March 16, 2018

Nurse or nursing student? Please sign the letter against any RCN move to support the introduction of abortion on demand, for any reason.

Janet Davies, the Chief Executive of the Royal College of Nurses (RCN), has announced that a panel of RCN staff and members will be deciding on a positioning statement for the RCN on the complete removal of all legal restriction and sanctions regarding abortion. If these measures were to be implemented, it would mean the introduction of abortion on demand, for any reason, to at least 28 weeks and possibly up to birth. Ann Furedi, the CEO of abortion provider BPAS, who are running the campaign to ‘decriminalise’ abortion, has made it clear that they are aiming for the latter, the introduction of abortion up to birth. The Royal College of Midwives’ position in support of ‘decriminalisation’, which saw a large public backlash when it was adopted, has subsequently been used extensively by abortion provider BPAS as a key plank in their political lobbying for the introduction of abortion, on demand, for any reason up to birth. Ahead of this panel deciding the position, the RCN are running a ‘survey’ of the RCN membership which does not allow for members of the RCN to vote on the specific wording of the final positioning statement. It instead asks a single question on whether members support or oppose the broad concept of ‘decriminalisation’ and only commits that members’ input will ‘inform’ the work that will lead to the final position this panel will decide on. If you are a nurse or nursing student, please take action by putting your name to the public joint letter (link below) to the Chief Executive of the Royal College of Nurses, Janet Davies, to voice your concern about this extreme move.

www.notinmyname.org.uk

 

Ladies’ Lunch – thank you ladies!

November 21, 2017

Thank you to all the pro-life women who came to our ladies’ lunch on Saturday, in honour of St Margaret of Scotland. We know how much work you have done for the pro-life cause over the years. It was great to have such a big gathering (436 women) and was a very encouraging and enjoyable afternoon. We will be in touch with you all soon. Here’s a video to remember the occasion:

 


Ladies’ Lunch Dietary Deadline

November 9, 2017

We are very much looking forward to meeting the 430 ladies who are coming to the Ladies’ Lunch on Saturday 18th November. Tickets have all gone, plus extas! Tomorrow- Friday 10th November at 12 noon is the deadline for letting Sr Roseann know of any dietary requirements: vegetarian / vegan / gluten free / dairy free / allergies. If you do not request a special dietary meal by tomorrow, then one will not be provided on the day. Please contact Sr Roseann on 07816 937777 or the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative on 0141 4332680.


Bad Habits, Holy Orders

November 8, 2017

A TV series has recently been on channel 5 about five young women who live a party lifestyle visiting the convent of the Sacred Heart in Swaffham, Norfolk. Beautiful to see the positive effect that this spiritual experience has on the young women. Worth a ‘watch again’ if you’ve not seen it.