“This delegation believes that to prevent an arms race and the increase of inequalities and instability, it is an imperative duty to act urgently,” the Holy See said.
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The European Parliament voted last month in favor of a report describing abortion as “essential healthcare” and seeking to redefine conscientious objection as a “denial of medical care.”
The draft resolution, scheduled for a European Parliament vote June 23, could mark a breaking point in the European conception of abortion the right to life, according to a pro-life legal expert.
COMMENTARY: The secretary of state’s denunciation of the final report of the Commission on Unalienable Rights was unfair — and misleading.
In his nearly one hour speech, the pope said that the world is facing crises caused by the pandemic, climate change, economics, and politics.
Archbishop Caccia specifically criticized the promotion of abortion and euthanasia as supposed “rights.”
Last week, President Trump signed the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act into law.
French philosopher Pierre Manent discusses the harms of the modern ideology of human rights and calls for a return of natural law to restore social cohesion within Western societies.
COMMENTARY: It remains a task for Catholic defenders of human rights to show that a fully adequate understanding of human rights is not possible without an understanding of the truth about man, which is also the truth about God.
Seven decades after its proclamation, praise combines with warnings, given human-rights violations worldwide.