Exclusive interview: Church to use Pope’s Irish visit for last stand on abortion
‘We’ll run a much stronger campaign than on gay marriage,’ says Eamon Martin
The head of the Catholic Church in Ireland has vowed that it will run a “much stronger” campaign in the next abortion referendum than it did in the same-sex marriage referendum, adding that Pope Francis would be publicly airing his opposition to abortion during his expected visit to Ireland in 2018.
In a major interview with this newspaper, Archbishop Eamon Martin said the Catholic Church would take a strong stance on a referendum to...
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