Fortunately, there are alternatives that do not violate this basic ethical and moral standard.
Spain Adopts Euthanasia Law Despite Conservative Opposition
Lawmakers have voted to make Spain the sixth country in the world and the fourth in Europe to allow physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia
Life Legal Files Petition to Save Disabled Man from Death by Dehydration
“Josh is brain-injured and needs only basic care, including food and water, to live. His wife is threatening to deny Josh this basic human right.”
Arkansas: ‘Abortion pill’ limits gain panel backing
According to the Department of Health, medication abortions made up 41% of the abortions performed in the state in 2019
Kenya’s Catholic Doctors Maintain Stance against COVID Vaccine, Say Mean Well for Africa
In his viral message, Dr. Karanja has called on African countries to resist the vaccines, saying they pose “a major problem” for the future.
CURE International to Launch Zimbabwe’s First Children’s Orthopedic Hospital
In the years to come, this facility and its compassionate and capable staff will serve thousands of children who otherwise may never have access to world-class surgical care.
Protecting Unborn Children in South Dakota
“We must continue the fight to make the womb a safe place once again in America.”
Fr. Pavone thanks South Carolina for protecting babies with beating hearts
The presence of a heartbeat in the unborn child is a clear sign of life
REPORT: Catholics Should Pause Before Taking The COVID Vaccine
At present, all four major COVID vaccines that are available — Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines — pose serious moral and ethical problems due to the use of aborted fetal cell lines in their testing, production, and/or development.
Court shields Catholic health providers from transgender mandates
The Biden administration may undo religious protections.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Is Going to Create a Massive Waste Management Problem
How do you dispose of 660 million extra needles?
Fewer Americans Are Getting COVID-19 Tests
Our best coronavirus tracking tool is still underused.
New COVID Cases Plunge 25% or More as Behavior Changes
Nationally, new cases have dropped 21% from the prior week, according to Department of Health and Human Services data.