Articles on this issue "disability"
The disabled help modern people in the competitive world to discover what is really important in life, says Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche communities. Vanier is in Argentina to found a home …read more
Cardinal Angelo Sodano inaugurated on behalf of the Pope the "John Paul II-Don Orione Work Hospitality House," which offers accommodation for disabled pilgrims who travel to Rome. It was …read more
Solidarity with the disabled is a way to ensure building the common good, a Vatican representative told a U.N. panel. Archbishop Celestino Migliore, the Holy See's permanent observer at the …read more
Austria held a solemn funeral for children of the citys Am Spiegelgrund pediatric hospital who were victims of Nazi experiments, Vatican Radio reported. As part of the ceremony Sunday, coffins …read more
The Catholic Church in Mexico decried the Supreme Courts decision that allows the abortion of handicapped unborn children. In press statements, Bishop Abelardo Alvarado Alcántara, …read more
Why is it acceptable to discriminate against unborn babies? Many countries have passed laws in recent decades outlawing unfair treatment against the disadvantaged. Yet the unborn in general …read more
Fears are increasing that insurance companies and employers will discriminate against people who have an unfavorable genetic makeup. To avoid this, the United Kingdom government recently …read more