She said earlier this week: "This Saturday will see tens of thousands of Irish people taking to the streets to show that Irish people value life and want to protect the lives of our future generations".
The eighth amendment, which grants equal right to life to the unborn and pregnant women in the Republic of Ireland, was introduced in 1983.
In late spring the country will hold a referendum on the issue of legalized abortion.More news: Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) Price Target Raised to $68.00
According to Catholic Herald, the Eighth Amendment will be repealed if voters approve, paving the way for the Irish government to liberalize the country's abortion laws.
The May referendum could allow authorities to change its wording.
A number of activists complained of what they believed was a strong media bias in favour of loosening abortion laws, however they also said that the pro-choice movement may be overconfident.More news: Sevilla boss Vincenzo Montella reveals Champions League tactics
If the article is deleted, the government has announced plans to permit abortion on demand up to 12 weeks' gestation and up to birth where there is claimed to be a risk to the life of the mother. "The way the day is being exploited is a total betrayal of women and their unborn babies", she added.
The Irish Times reported that the document highlights 21 policy principles that would inform the drafting of legislation on abortion.
Abortion has always been a divisive issue in once stridently Catholic Ireland where a complete ban was lifted only in 2013 when terminations were allowed in cases where the mother's life was in danger.More news: Seattle U to face OR in NCAA women's tournament
The maximum penalty for accessing an illegal abortion is 14 years in prison.