The Parliament of the United Kingdom has approved two methods for altering the DNA of an embryo by including genetic material from a third person.
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‘It’s just a constant reminder that we can’t do it ourselves.’
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?
Pro-life advocates question why the British parliament is in such a rush to approve a controversial, life-destroying IVF medical procedure.
A federal jury ruled the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Ind., broke the law when it fired a teacher for violating the morals clause of her contract.
Father Tad Pacholczyk explained that while the number of couples who could benefit from this therapy ‘is relatively small,' the transplant itself opens up the possibility for a new morally acceptable therapy.