An Interview With Law Professor Helen Alvaré
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COMMENTARY: The 5-4 opinion on June Medical Services v. Russo disappoints pro-life hopes that the case could overthrow Roe v. Wade.
Participants in the town hall could ask questions and answer several poll questions about how they practice the Catholic faith.
The guests are Helen Alvaré, a law professor based at George Mason University who is an advocate for women and families; Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a psychiatrist, Catholic ethicist, and professor at the University of California Irvine School of Medicine who specializes in children and families; and Catholic youth leader Christina Lamas, executive director of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry.
COMMENTARY: Four reasons why, 25 years later, the document’s value has not diminished but increased.
The United States is below population replacement levels due to a variety of cultural, economic, and racial factors, including the birth collapse among Latinos.
The family and marriage law professor and founder of Women Speak for Themselves will deliver a keynote address this week at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith hosted the three-day event held in the Vatican’s Synod Hall.
The Humanum Colloquium, under way Nov. 17-19 at the Vatican, is seeking to find ‘new and creative language to speak to people where they are.’