Most senior Catholic in Northern Ireland meets with NI Secretary of State to talk abortion


Archbishop Eamon, the Archbishop of Amargh, told Premier: “It was a good meeting. It was a frank discussion, we were very clear with the Secretary of State how frustrating it is for the members of our parish communities in our congregations that we still haven’t had the restoration of the Northern Ireland executive and of course we were particularly exercised about the issue of abortion and the impending legislation, which will be coming into effect in Northern Ireland on the 21st of October, should the assembly not be up and running again.

“The meeting was clear, straightforward. The Secretary of State listened carefully and we certainly got the impression that he too shares our frustration at the uncertainty which there is at the moment in the country, particularly with the whole question of Brexit and how it’s going to impact on us here on this island.”



The government in Northern Ireland broke down in 2017 when the representatives from the two main parties failed to agree, leaving the power-sharing set up in Northern Ireland defunct and unable to pass any new laws.

This summer, Westminster passed the Northern Ireland Executive Formation Bill, aimed at restoring the power. However, it was agreed that if the Executive cannot be restored by 21st October, abortion and same-sex marriage would be legalised because of the urgent desire for both by some in Northern…

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