COMMENTARY: All judgments should be based upon a sober assessment of what is most likely to cause the least unwanted harms while achieving the greatest wanted social benefits. Whatever safety measures are needed to protect people should be enforced.
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DIFFICULT MORAL QUESTIONS: Answering the dilemma of whether Catholics can resort to in vitro fertilization to produce children raises another crucial question: Is it ever morally legitimate to create new human life outside the context of marital intercourse?
Made This Way Offers Child-Friendly Explanations for Current Cultural Issues
COMMENTARY: We need to testify today with our lives to the union-procreation paradigm affirmed in 1968 encyclical.
COMMENTARY: ‘The Joy of Love’ threatens the moral foundation of the Church.
COMMENTARY: Only fraternal episcopal interventions can now hope to avert what is sure otherwise to be a spiritual catastrophe for the Catholic Church.
COMMENTARY: The Vatican secretary of state’s recent comments on Amoris Laetitia elevate conscience to a degree that relativizes the objectivity of the moral law.
COMMENTARY: Few are aware of the debt that the Catholic Church owes to the great moral theologian.