This national event that took place autonomously in the aftermath of Vatican II and which is compared by commentators to the German Synodal Path is considered to have been a catalyst for the massive de-Christianization of the country in recent decades.
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Gender theory in its radical forms presents gender as a social construct entirely separate from human biology.
Cardinal Willem Eijk, a medical doctor and a member of the academy, firmly rejected the support, saying assisted suicide and euthanasia both bear ‘the same moral responsibility’ in carrying out a termination of life.
COMMENTARY: The proposal to extend the practice to children 1-12 is the latest episode of the country’s 40-year dance with the culture of death.
In a Register interview, Cardinal Willem Eijk discusses his concerns about gender ideology, and how faithful Catholics can respond to the current moral crisis in the Church.
Along with upholding Church unity and affirming Church teaching, the Vatican decision also will benefit ecumenical dialogue, Catholic leaders affirm.