1 comment on “Welcoming the least in the world’s eyes and the most precious in God’s”

Welcoming the least in the world’s eyes and the most precious in God’s

Recently, Dame Colleen Bayer, the Founder and National Director of Family Life International NZ, gave a presentation "Welcoming the least in the world's eyes and the most precious in God's," at the Auckland Eucharistic Convention. In her powerful talk, Colleen…

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After-Birth abortion advocates finding new ways to desensitize the public

After-Birth Abortion advocates Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva are up to new tricks.  Not content with just suggesting "that life with certain pathologies is not worth living" (their own words) and should therefore be killed after birth when the opportunity…

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Fighting to save the right to life of pre-born children who have Down syndrome

The fight to save the right to life of pre-born babies who have Down syndrome has been fought valiantly by Mike Sullivan of Saving Downs.  He works tirelessly to educate people of the eugenic nature of New Zealand's pre-natal screening…

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Saving Downs reject University’s discriminatory paper on Down syndrome

Thanks to Mike Sullivan at SavingDowns for once again standing up and being a voice for people who have Down syndrome (both pre-born and born), and their families. We reject Otago University's discriminatory paper on Down syndrome Saving Downs has called…

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Screening adviser offering illegal abortions for Down syndrome | Saving Downs

Saving Downs has revealed today in their blog that Professor Peter Stone who is the fetal medicine adviser to the National Screening Unit is offering illegal abortions to women who are carrying a child with Down syndrome.  This includes offering…

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Supporting Families after an Adverse Antenatal Diagnosis

Increasingly maternal medical professionals in New Zealand are able to detect a number of foetal anomalies prior to birth. With the increased screening of conditions such as Down syndrome, Spina Bifida, heart defects, anencephaly and other anomalies, Family Life International…