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Cad fúinne mar sin? What of us then?
Cad fúinne mar sin? What of us then?
Cad fúinne mar sin? What of us then?
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Cad fúinne mar sin? What of us then?


Autobiographical text (in English only) by  Colm Ó Tórna

Colm O'Tonra was the editor of SAOL, heavily invloved in Conradh na Gaelige and the Jesuits.

Ó Tórna states that he writes from a pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-family and pro-religion perspective. And he stresses the fact that the first and most fundamental of human rights is the right to life, which is a basic requisite to exercise any human right.

Ó Tórna illustrates the irrational stance of those who claim that abortion – the ending of a human life – is a human right.

He argues that the optimum place in which to prepare children for their lives in the world is the traditional family structure. For him the most powerful argument for cherishing and treating as equals all members of the human race is the realisation that they all have been gifted their existence by the one Creator.


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