Last article of section "Bioethics"
Aging and Disability was the topic of the 20th General Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for Life held last week in Rome. With the advance of medical technology, there is a longer life expectancy worldwide. Along with increased lifespan, there will also be greater number of elderly with some sort of disability....read more
Articles from section "Bioethics"
Whether sperm donors should be able to remain anonymous is an issue increasingly under debate. The topic received fresh attention when recently the government of the Australian state of …read more
On Saturday, Benedict XVI addressed participants from a meeting of the Christian/Centrist Democrat international organization’s Executive Committee, which took place on Friday in Rome. He …read more
By Junno Arocho A grassroots movement started by several Catholic women has formed in New Orleans in response to what the women say is an infringement on their religious freedom. The protest …read more
Advocates of abortion often insist that it needs to be legal and readily available so as to reduce health risks for women. Some recent studies show, however, that abortion brings with it …read more
Catholic bioethics is not a list of rules, just as Christianity itself is not a list of rules. Rather, bioethics is a roadmap to help us fulfill our vocation to become other Christs. This is …read more