After the Mass, Bishop Kelly told the Irish Independent that he planned on prioritizing the preaching of the Gospel of Life ahead of the upcoming vote.
[SPUC/via LifeSiteNews.com] The new bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora used his installation mass on Sunday, February 11 to deliver a strongly pro-life message ahead of the upcoming referendum on the Eighth Amendment. (Photo: Bishop Brendon Kelly/via LifeSiteNews.com)
Bishop Brendon Kelly, addressing a packed Galway Cathedral on World Day of the Sick, expressed concern that "human life from its tiniest origins" might be forgotten. He highlighted the plight of lives "in their weakness and innocence" which are under threat, and stressed the "immense dignity, respect and reverence that is due to every living person, regardless of ability, health, colour, size, nationality or otherwise."
Gift of Life
After the Mass, Bishop Kelly told the Irish Independent that he planned on prioritizing the preaching of the Gospel of Life ahead of the upcoming vote. He added that his stance on abortion had nothing to do with a mistrust of women. "Without all the women in my life, where would I be or any of us? I am so grateful to my mother for giving me life and so grateful she gave life to eight other children"…
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