On the right to choose and improving social services

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Two things caught my attention in the national discourse over the last few days. These were the continued discussion about abortion and a woman’s right to choose and the notion that money is needed in order to improve social services in Barbados. The debate around the issue of abortion, I hope, is persuading policy makers […]

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#BTEditorial – Make Lent a time to give back, not just give up

Yesterday began the annual observance of the sacred Lenten season on the Christian liturgical calendar. Ash Wednesday marks the start and lasting until Palm Sunday, the week before Easter Sunday, the Lenten season is 40 days, not counting Sundays. It is intended to mirror the period Jesus spent in the […]

On the right to choose and improving social services

admin

Two things caught my attention in the national discourse over the last few days. These were the continued discussion about abortion and a woman’s right to choose and the notion that money is needed in order to improve social services in Barbados. The debate around the issue of abortion, I hope, is persuading policy makers […]

The post On the right to choose and improving social services appeared first on Barbados Today.

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#BTEditorial – Make Lent a time to give back, not just give up

Yesterday began the annual observance of the sacred Lenten season on the Christian liturgical calendar. Ash Wednesday marks the start and lasting until Palm Sunday, the week before Easter Sunday, the Lenten season is 40 days, not counting Sundays. It is intended to mirror the period Jesus spent in the […]