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- From conception to natural death, life is a continuum, for conception is the first moment of humanity, the beginning of a human’s journey through birth to adult life, concluding in old age and natural death. We are always human. At no point are we ever something less or something different. At each moment, we are equipped with the characteristics appropriate to our stage of life. What is inherently a right to humanity – namely the right to life – cannot be either denied or taken away. The right to life must never become of arbitrary value offering least protection to those who are least equipped to defend themselves.
- Pastoral message of Bishop Denis Brennan on the Right to Life (22 April, 2018)