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Special needs children are a blessing

HONG KONG (SE): A sharing about personal experiences with children with special needs saw a series of speakers describe them as a great blessing in a family.
 
During an afternoon held at the Caritas Institute of Higher Education in Tiu Keng Leng on May 7, Tommy Yim Lap-pun emphasised that he had come to believe that a good relationship between parent and child is of far more importance than success in society.
 

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Swing away from abortion

ATLANTA (SE): The results of a Marist Poll taken in the United States of America released on January 23 show that a slim majority of 52 per cent of respondents identify themselves as pro-choice, while 42 per cent say they are pro-life.

However, on more specific questions, solid majorities support legal restrictions on the practice of abortion.

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Appeal for pro-life vote

MANILA (SE): The Church in The Philippines has issued an all-out call to people to vote pro-life in the upcoming May 9 election.

In a strong letter dated March 31, the president of the bishops’ conference, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, says that it is a grave sin to vote for a candidate who opposes the Lord’s teachings on the sacredness of human life from conception to natural death.

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