COMMENTARY: The picture of the opponents of life and family became unmistakably clear.
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Director’s name might not ring a bell with younger viewers, but his timeless movies are full of themes and plots close to his Catholic heart.
Part II: Patients and health-care professionals alike can be well-served by a deeper understanding of natural-law principles and especially double-effect theory.
The French National Consultative Ethics Committee has just opened the way to ‘active assistance in dying,’ and President Emmanuel Macron has already indicated his preference for the permissive Belgian legal model.
The president and the U.S. bishops’ pro-life chair each have marked 100 days since the overturning of Roe v. Wade: one by advocating for abortion, the other by celebrating the intrinsic worth of every human person.
Archbishop Paul Coakley spoke about the decision Sept. 28.
COMMENTARY: Despite the Supreme Court’s overturning Roe v. Wade, there is still an urgent need to make our voices heard at the federal level.
‘Taken Out of Context’: Pontifical Academy for Life Defends Archbishop Paglia’s Remarks on Abortion Law
The academy’s president said on Italian television, ‘I believe that at this point Law 194 is a pillar of our society.’ The Pontifical Academy for Life’s spokesman said afterward that the word ‘pillar’ had been taken out of context.
The Committee for Life, the Laity, and the Family of the Argentine Bishops’ Conference said the country is facing ‘a new manifestation of the culture of death and the throwaway culture.’
Catholic health care treats two patients with every pregnancy, said Marie Hilliard, co-chair of the CMA's Ethics Committee. Abortion, she added, is not necessary.