Paddy Clancy has spent a lifetime in journalism, having worked for Irish and British national newspapers and is a former presenter of “It Says In The Papers” on RTE radio.
He has contributed to IrishCentral's sister publication, the Irish Voice, for a decade and now lives in Donegal where he continues to freelance for a variety of papers.
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Catholic church tells Mass-goers repealing the Eighth Amendment to make room for a new abortion law would lead to euthanasia, eugenics and an “abortion culture.”
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