The Catholic politician supports liberalizing abortion laws
Kenny described himself as "a Taoiseach who happens to be Catholic but not a Catholic Taoiseach," saying that personal belief should play no part in lawmaking.
Following Cardinal Sean Brady's criticism of the prime minister's support for loosening abortion restrictions in Ireland, Kenny responded:
Kenny made similar remarks during his commencement address at Boston College last month.
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