ROME — A scientist from the Pontifical Academy for Life says Ireland’s new abortion law will result in an increased number of children being aborted, especially because it does not involve enough doctors in the decision-making process.
Ireland voted today to legalize abortion in cases where there is "a real and substantial risk to the life of the mother, including the threat of suicide."
“I would have liked to have had this law with a motion of at least three doctors, even in an emergency,” Msgr. Jacques Suaudeau of France said July 12.
“We are not in Tamanrasset [Algeria] or in Fulsara [India]. We are in Ireland, so you could have three doctors. And at three you make the right...READ MORE