Ireland has always been known as a welcoming society, where the stranger was always welcome and the kettle constantly boiling – Nicola

Ireland has always been known as a welcoming society, where the stranger was always welcome and the kettle constantly boiling – Nicola


In Ireland we have always been known as a welcoming society, where the stranger was always welcome and the kettle constantly boiling.
I want to live in a society where mothers and babies are welcome and loved, as much as anyone else, regardless of disability, age or gender. That’s why I’m pro-life, I am committed to building a more welcoming society where all life is valued and protected.

Students for Life

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