Alfie Evans

The proposed reform would give parents more say in choosing medical care for a child

The NHS can make terrible mistakes. But its basic principle – healthcare provision based on need – is congruent with Church teaching

Alfie died on April 28 after doctors turned off his life-support

A paper in the British Medical Journal calls for ‘new solutions’ and considers a ‘significant harm’ legal test

Hospitals do not just treat diseases, they treat people. How did things break down at Alder Hey?

The Alfie Evans case was big news in Italy, a country that values family above all

When parents are united and alternatives are real, judges do not belong anywhere near the decision

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The cardinal’s words came amid growing criticism of the English Church’s handling of the case

Alfie died early Saturday morning after a harrowing legal battle