Images of Russian bombs hitting Ukrainian neighborhoods, of roads choked with fleeing families, and of some Ukrainian émigrés returning home to defend their nation injected a new urgency into the ongoing policy debate.
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Abortion Has Paved the Way for Rejecting the Fundamental Equality of Those With Profound Disabilities
COMMENTARY: Misleading concepts like ‘reproductive freedom,’ ‘a woman’s right to choose’ and ‘fetal abnormalities’ hide from both personal and public consciousness what is actually going on.
As the political landscape shifts, the GOP is poised to maintain its social conservatism while becoming more racially diverse, pro-working class and — according to some — consistent with the breadth of Church teaching.
Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden announced his selection on Aug. 11, triggering a wave of reactions among political and Catholic commentators.
Dr. Charles Camosy, a professor at Fordham University and bioethicist, said that the supreme court decision is part of a legal “slippery slope” in the Netherlands on euthanasia.
CNA spoke with Charlie Camosy, an associate professor of theology at Fordham University, about what principles should be used as doctors face the coronavirus pandemic.
On Saturday, Sen. Bernie Sanders—the longest-serving politically independent member of Congress in U.S. history—said that support for abortion “is an absolutely essential part of being a Democrat.”