Thought for the week catholic bioethics

Children of a lesser god? Netflix is a repository for some truly heinous programming. If television is often some kind of junk food for the

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Thought for the week catholic bioethics

Patriarchy and the “war on women” In the echo chamber of the pro-abortion popular media (which is almost redundant, after all, is any of the

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Thought for the week catholic bioethics

John Fetterman, disability and dignity Ethics are non-political. An action is either right or wrong and its ethics, or lack thereof, are independent of political parties. In

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Thought for the week catholic bioethics

Abortions save lives? In the popular media, particularly following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, we are inundated with the assertion that “abortions save lives”

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Thought for the week catholic bioethics

The Indefensible Defending the indefensible is hard. In fact, it is impossible, hence the term, “indefensible”. Because the concept of “abortion on demand, for any

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Thought for the week catholic bioethics

The “sanctity” of the doctor-patient relationship? One of the most common positions taken by those trying to equivocate on abortion is the, “I am personally

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