Catholic Bioethics and the Moral Treatment of Human Beings

By Susan Ciancio / June 25, 2021 /
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Respect, compassion, care, kindness, empathy, and love. These actions come about when people recognize the inherent dignity in every person. And nowhere is it more important to understand people’s inherent dignity than in a capacity where someone has to take care of another or provide for his well-being. This occurs most often in the medical…

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Reject Eugenics, and Instead Build a Civilization of Love

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / May 31, 2021 /

“Every child who a woman expects in her womb is a gift that changes a family’s history: the life of fathers and mothers, grandparents and of brothers and sisters. That child needs to be welcomed, loved and nurtured. Always!” ─ Pope Francis, World Down Syndrome Day 2021 In 2014, the famous scientist and militant atheist…

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Shouldn’t Abortion be Allowed for Serious or Fatal Birth Defects?

By Brian Clowes, PhD / April 7, 2021 /

  “A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members.” ~ Pope Saint John Paul II 1 Of the many reasons that women give for having abortions, the justification of birth defects is the most understandable, especially if the child is not expected to live. Women considering abortion for fatal or…

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Bridging the Gap between Transgenderism and Transhumanism

By Brian Clowes, PhD / June 23, 2020 /

We are being conditioned by force and by media propaganda to accept the idea that transgenderism is here to stay.  One of the ways the “trans” rights movement does this is to attempt to show us that we are helpless to stop it by intruding into every facet of our lives and threatening to punish…

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The Eugenics Philosophy

By Brian Clowes, PhD / June 19, 2020 /
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It is unjust to cut short the days of a well‑shaped person. It is not unjust, I say, to prevent the arrival in the world of a being who will certainly be useless to it. ~ The Marquis de Sade.1   The Problem of the Philosophy of Eugenics Despite all of the posturing and lofty…

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Why Not Abortion if it Sends Babies Straight to Heaven?

By Brian Clowes, PhD / May 1, 2020 /
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Most women understandably feel some degree of guilt about having an abortion. After all, abortion is a grossly unnatural act, and people who believe in God (as most aborting women do to varying degrees) have difficulty justifying the deliberate killing of a child that they know was willed into existence by Him. All of us…

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The Reasons for Planned Parenthood Day Protests

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / April 23, 2018 /
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Expose Planned Parenthood, Slayer of Life and Family “[Parents] should be assisted, guided and directed in every way to eliminate the undesirable offspring, who usually contribute nothing to our civilization but use up the energy and resources of the world.” ― From Margaret Sanger’s “Seven Basic Principles of Planned Parenthood,” given at the Third International…

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“Don’t be afraid of us….We are still human beings.”

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / March 5, 2018 /
Gerber Baby

Lucas, the First Gerber Baby with Down’s For the first time ever, Gerber has chosen a baby with Down syndrome as their official “Gerber baby.” Baby Lucas, whose infectious smile is certainly an attention grabber, was chosen from among 140,000 applicants. The position comes with a $50,000 prize, which Lucas’ parents say they intend to…

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Poland Puts the U.S. to Shame

By Allison LeDoux / February 20, 2018 /

 Taking the High Road January, “pro-life month,” was characterized by a series of highs and lows. The lowest ebb was marked by the United States Senate voting of 51-46 on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (60 votes were required). Already passed by the House, with the President’s pledge to sign it, the bill…

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The UN’s Attempt to Sideline Parents of the Disabled

By Denise Hunnell, MD / December 12, 2012 /
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(Zenit.org) – The title of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) suggests compassion and respect for the dignity of the disabled. Yet the specifics of this treaty with the felicitous sounding name carry the potential for sinister consequences. The most worrisome aspect of the CRPD is its failure to…

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