COMMENTARY: The 5-4 opinion on June Medical Services v. Russo disappoints pro-life hopes that the case could overthrow Roe v. Wade.
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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.’