Use your inside voice: Why media shouting is bad for the pro-life cause

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Article Ethic of Life Politics
The high pitch of pro-life advocacy could heed some old-fashioned parental guidance.

Voices from the debate: The church on end-of-life care

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life
While Catholic moral teaching on medical treatment has been in place for hundreds of years, the last three decades have seen increased development and debate.

Voices from the debate: The church on end-of-life care

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life
While Catholic moral teaching on medical treatment has been in place for hundreds of years, the last three decades have seen increased development and debate.

Let your conscience be your guide: 7 steps to making good end-of-life decisions

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Article Ethic of Life Seniors
Making decisions about end-of-life care can feel emotionally and spiritually overwhelming, especially when the decisions are for someone else.

Let your conscience be your guide: 7 steps to making good end-of-life decisions

By Heather Grennan Gary| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life Seniors
Making decisions about end-of-life care can feel emotionally and spiritually overwhelming, especially when the decisions are for someone else.

Deathbed confusion: Struggling with decisions at the end of life

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Article Ethic of Life Seniors
When it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough.

Deathbed confusion: Struggling with decisions at the end of life

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Article Ethic of Life Seniors
When it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough.

Life support: U.S. Catholic readers on what it means to be pro-life

By Mary Lynn Hendrickson| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life
The pro-life movement is hardly monolithic, those responding to U.S. Catholic's Reader Survey reveal, and that's a good thing. Activists, nurses, priests, and parents are all needed to create a culture of life.

Two things become immediately apparent whenever Catholics are tapped to discuss the role of faith in defending human life.


Life support: U.S. Catholic readers on what it means to be pro-life

By Mary Lynn Hendrickson| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life
The pro-life movement is hardly monolithic, those responding to U.S. Catholic's Reader Survey reveal, and that's a good thing. Activists, nurses, priests, and parents are all needed to create a culture of life.

Two things become immediately apparent whenever Catholics are tapped to discuss the role of faith in defending human life.


What is the debate about stem cells?

By FATHER THOMAS NAIRN, O.F.M.| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Ethic of Life

Think of a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's disease or a child with spinal cord injuries. Imagine a treatment that promises their recovery at the cost of destroying "spare" embryos from fertility clinics, embryos that will probably be discarded anyway.


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