Dear Friend,
We are delighted to be able to tell you that the appeal to collect milk for children in our maternity home reached its target within the first few days, thanks to the generous help of many of our supporters. 
We are so thankful for all the nappies, milk and back-to-school stationery that was also kindly donated. 
Read more news and see some photos below and why not take a moment to order our 2022 Calendar launched this week? We ask for minimum donation of €5 each. The sales of the Calendar will help support our educational, support and advocacy efforts. 
We currently have five mothers and seven children living in our maternity home, and are looking forward to welcoming two new babies -  they are due in the new year. Thank you for continuing to support us. 
By the way, we would ask you to keep Sunday 5th December free in your diary … We will be in touch with you with more details later!
Warm regards

Dr. Miriam Sciberras

2022 Life Network Calendar Released 

This week we launched a 2022 Calendar via our Facebook page to help fundraise for our work. We ask for a minimum donation of €5.

Thank you for your support 

Order a 2022 Calendar here

Since 1967, nearly 10,000,000 unborn lives lost to abortion in  Britain 
- an unborn baby every 2.5 minutes

In the last week, Britain marked the the 54th anniversary of the Abortion Act Since then, a staggering 9,789,238 unborn babies have lost their lives to abortion across England, Wales and Scotland.  In 2020, that translates to 25 lives being ended every hour.
When the 1967 Act was being introduced, it was never envisaged that this number of abortions would ever happen.
Similarly, in Ireland, when abortion was intoduced in 2018, Government leaders promised that it would be ‘rare’, yet in the first two years of abortion there, the rates have increased by up to 70%.
Learning from the experiences of other countries where abortion has been legalised is so important for us here in Malta.  
Abortion, once introduced, is never ‘rare’.  Let’s not make the same mistakes other countries have made.
You can read more about the British abortion rates on Right To Life UK’s website.
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Northern Ireland Disability abortion law passes Committee Stage

The Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill is currently progressing through the legislative process of the Northern Ireland Assembly, having passed the Committee Stage.

The Bill removes a provision of the current abortion legislation in Northern Ireland which permits late term abortions to be performed on babies diagnosed with disabilities such as Down’s syndrome, cleft palate, and cleft lip or club foot.
Overwhelming support has been offered to the Bill, with 99% of the 9,125 submissions made through Stormont’s Health Committee consultation process favouring the proposed life-affirming changes.
The British anti-discrimination campaigner Heidi Crowter, who herself has Down’s syndrome, has been a staunch advocate for the proposals:
“I’m so happy that the Bill has passed this stage and I’m so happy to have been a part of this, especially getting the chance to speak to the Northern Ireland Health Committee. I am told that the Bill will move on to the next stage and I will keep talking about this to everyone, and help where I can, because the law as it is, is downright discrimination.”

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