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Alive and Living in Ireland: The Sanctity and Value of Human Life


Our six-part series deals covers a wide spectrum of topics dealing with the sanctity and value of human life.

During the course of these programmes you’re going to hear from a number of families, including the stories of single mothers raising their children. We’ll hear how they’ve coped, along with remarkable insights and compelling stories of the priceless value that children with special needs are to their families and their communities.

We’ll talk with others who have had to cope with loss– either through natural death or through abortion, along with a Professional Psychotherapist about abortion regret and recovery.

We’ll also ask a question that seems to have come under scrutiny in the past several years: “Just how safe IS Ireland is to have a child?

And, finally, you’ll hear some thoughts on the sanctity of human life and the legal infrastructure in Ireland.

“The Drop Box” Film

In western society, even human life can become a commodity, to be disposed of at will. In support of our commitment to the sanctity of human life, in 2016 we introduced another film in Ireland called “The Drop Box”:

“The Drop Box” film tells the story of compelling courage of a South Korean man who has been rescuing and saving the lives of many unwanted babies over the years.

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