Articles on this issue "ethics"
New federal guidelines that will allow publicly funded scientists to cannibalize human embryos for stem cells are already igniting an ethical firestorm in Canada, the Globe and Mail reported. …read more
Only justice and forgiveness will put an end to the "deep and divisive hatreds" that have poisoned the Holy Land for the past 50 years, John Paul II says in his message for the World Day of …read more
The Sudanese peoples cry of suffering resounded this morning in the Synod of Bishops, through the words of Bishop Erkolano Lodu Tombe of Yei. Following is an adapted résumé of his speech. The …read more
In a letter to President George W. Bush, the head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops expressed support for efforts "to seek out and hold accountable" those responsible for the Sept. 11 …read more
The United States and Israel pulled out of the U.N. Conference Against Racism in protest over the meetings proposed declaration that condemned Israeli treatment of Palestinians. U.S. Secretary …read more
The decree officially recognizing Charles de Foucaulds heroic virtues was read today in the Vatican, putting the French contemplative and missionary a step closer to beatification. A miracle …read more
A ZENIT article March 11 on an "ad limina" visit by Latin bishops of Arab Regions incorrectly reported that in United Arab Emirates, Mass is only permitted in homes. In fact, there are five …read more