The Assisted Dying Bill, introduced in the House of Lords, aims to enable people deemed to have less than six months to live to seek death by euthanasia.
Under the present law in the UK, an unborn child with Down syndrome can be aborted up to 24 weeks into the pregnancy.
In all of Britain’s long history we have never sought to destroy the very essence of our human community — until now.
The canonization of John Henry Newman will be a morale-boost to many in Great Britain, and following that, some good things may flow.
We pray that the God-given rights defended so nobly in the past may be honored afresh by future generations.
A rededication of England to Mary in this 21st century will be a powerful thing.