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Cardinal Hume: Statement on 1967 Abortion Act reform

Cardinal Hume & Cardinal Gray (St Andrews and Edinburgh) issued a joint statement.
Sad that resolutions to support 1967 Abortion Act reform were accepted by the TUC and Labour Party Conference. This law runs contrary to the Preamble of the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child which was adopted on 20 November 1959. Members of the TUC and the Labour party "... experience, however, a tension between that loyalty and what they recognise to be the law of God on the sanctity of life ... moral issues should be left to the individual conscience."

Hume, George Basil Rev (1923-1999)

Fr Lloyd to Bishop Smith: Anglican Bishops and Middle East

Encloses a clipping from The Independent - A letter from the Anglican Bishops about the Moral Policy on Iraq. They have done some clear thinking on the moral problems of war in the Middle East. Fr Lloyd wishes his own hierarchy would say something.

Lloyd, Thomas Rev CP (1932-1998)

Letter to Independent by Anglican Bishops

Letter from ten Anglican Bishops, headed by Rowan Williams, titled "Moral policy on Iraq". Asking the government to consider moral and practical issues to seek alternative to violence and obtain an international consensus.

The Independent