Dear Friend,

We would be delighted if you could join us at our March For Life on Sunday, 5th December at 3pm to STAND UP for life and encourage our friends, family and community to protect Malta's unborn babies and mothers.

We will be gathering at Castille from 3pm and will march together to the front of Parliament. 

This will be a family friendly event and posters will be provided on the day. We hope to see you there.  Please share this message widely with friends and family and together let's show Malta what it means to be a community UNITED for LIFE! 

Covid protocols in place for this event. Please wear masks and observe social distancing.

Looking forward to seeing you at our March!

Warm regards

Dr. Miriam Sciberras

Saving Life - You are a Hero! 

What a great act of heroism shown by Sean Meli to save the life of a swimmer in distress near the Sliema Chalet on last week. A strong swimmer and ex-waterpolo player, Meli didn’t hesitate to jump into the rough seas when he noticed that there was someone in need of help out at sea, amidst violent crashing waves. The leaders of both political parties have expressed their gratitude for this act of bravery.

Thank you Sean, for being exemplary in demonstrating the immense value of life! ❤️
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Woman dies of “sepsis” directly linked to her abortion

Recently, an inquest in Blackpool, England into the death of a 31-year-old woman found that she died from a sepsis infection after undergoing an abortion.

Sarah Dunn, died at Blackpool Victoria Hospital on 11th April 2020 almost four weeks after having the abortion.

After feeling unwell in the days following the procedure, the mother of five approached her GP several times over the course of two weeks. On 10th April, she was taken by ambulance to Victoria Hospital’s A&E department and died the following day from the sepsis infection.

Her death is far from the first case of its kind in England where a woman lost her life due to an infection directly related to the abortion procedure. The lack of media interest in her case and similar cases is unconscionable, in contrast to say the round the clock media coverage of the Savita Halappanavar case that was used to foist abortion on Ireland. Savita died as a result of mismanaged sepsis during her care and not as a result of being denied an abortion as the media falsely and repeatedly claimed.

While ITV News and some other media outlets briefly covered the verdict of this week’s inquest into Sarah Dunn’s death, there was no mention or analysis in any of the reports pointing out the health risks for women associated with legalised abortion. 

We must take every opportunity presented to us to educate and inform the public about the supremely biased way the media covers abortion. That’s the only way positive change will happen, leading to the restoration of some semblance of balance in the debate. 


Girl whose parents refused an abortion is now two years old and walking after surgery in the womb

A girl whose mother was offered an abortion after being told she had a spinal condition has defied the odds by being able to run, walk and climb.

20 weeks into her pregnancy, mum Bethan Simpson was told her child would be born with spina bifida and was offered an abortion. 

Spina bifida is a condition that occurs when a baby’s spine and spinal cord does not develop properly in the womb, causing a gap in the spine.

Spina bifida affects about 1,500 – 2,000 babies born in the US each year and around 700 in the UK annually. Often part of the spinal cord is exposed and is prevented from developing properly. It can lead to paralysis, bowel, bladder, and kidney problems. But if surgeons can operate at between 22 and 26 weeks of pregnancy, instead of after birth, it means a much better outcome for the baby.
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2022 Life Network Calendar Released 

Our 2022 Calendar, launched in early November, are selling fast! Order your copy via our Facebook page or the link below and help us fundraise for our work. We ask for a minimum donation of €5.

Thank you for your continued support.

Order a 2022 Calendar here
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