Karen Killilea was the subject of two bestselling books written by her mother, Marie, that chronicled her triumph over her disabilities.
Results from Tag: 'dignity of human life'
Experts tell the Register that the tragedy of the death and suffering the health crisis has inflicted on U.S. seniors spotlights the need to implement new models that can better protect their health and dignity.
COMMENTARY: New book shows how all of us can make America, and the world, a more just place and enable everyone to lead better lives. It is as comprehensive as it is heartening and inspiring.
The successful surgery on two girls conjoined at the back of the head was made possible thanks to the Bambino Gesù Hospital’s commitment in favor of the dignity of every human life.
Auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, says, ‘God gave all of us a right to life.’
The vibrant tributes that the widow of Servant of God Jérôme Lejeune has received from the Catholic community worldwide, since her May 6 death, attest to the impact of her decades of work in defense of life.
COMMENTARY: Four reasons why, 25 years later, the document’s value has not diminished but increased.
The US’ neighbor to the north extends euthanasia to the disabled and mentally ill, considers ‘advance directives’ to kill in case of mental decline.