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bioethics
November 03, 2021
Denver Newsroom, Nov 2, 2021 / 17:28 pm The Supreme Court has declined to intervene in a lawsuit against a Catholic hospital that declined to perform a hysterectomy on a woman who identifies as a transgender man on the grounds that doing so would violate Catholic ethics and the U.S. bishops’ directives. “In keeping with
October 25, 2021
Alta Fixsler, the two-year-old girl whose parents fought to keep on life support, died on 18th October after her life support was withdrawn.  “Sad news, little Alta Fixsler’s life support was turned off this afternoon and she died at the hospice with her parents by her side,” said a statement from a representative for her
March 19, 2021
Tradition and Traditionalism are two different things. The former is the living source of Truth given to the Church by Christ himself. The latter is a rigid, obsessive form of individualism that reminds one both of the Pharisees and the Jansenists.
February 17, 2021
"It is wholly unacceptable and immoral to suggest that the challenges which some people with learning disabilities face with communicating symptoms should make them candidates for a DNACPR order," Bishop Moth said. ""There should be no discrimination of this kind in our health service."
January 15, 2021
French Bishops launched the campaign to tackle the “widespread blindness to the dignity of every human being” represented by the new law
January 12, 2021
An appeal on behalf of the Polish citizen is being prepared with the European Court of Human Rights, and provision of food and water has been restored pending the appeal. 
December 30, 2020
"It is important to oppose ethically compromised science," says Ron Belgau, "but it’s also important to cheer scientists who produce ethical research."
December 21, 2020
“It is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process,” the CDF stated in the doctrinal note released Monday.
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