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Danger of Assisted Suicide Laws to Persons with Disabilities

Chairmen of U.S. Bishops’ Committees Comment on Federal Study Released on Danger of Assisted Suicide Laws to Persons with Disabilities October 15, 2019 WASHINGTON—Last week, the National Council on Disabilities (NCD) released a federal study revealing that assisted suicide laws are dangerous to people with

USA Actions Enforcing Conscience Law on Abortion

USCCB Committee Chairmen Commend Administration for Actions Enforcing Conscience Law on Abortion August 29, 2019 WASHINGTON-The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights announced yesterday that it is taking corrective action against the University of Vermont Medical Center for forcing a

Déclaration des évêques de France sur Vincent Lambert

Quelques jours après l'annonce faite par le médecin du CHU de Reims concernant l’arrêt des traitements de Vincent Lambert, le groupe de bioéthique de la Conférence des évêques de France (CEF) a réagi le 18 mai 2019 en publiant une déclaration intitulée "Une ambition :

Card Turkson for World Day of the Sick 2019

Address by His Eminence Peter Card. K.A. Turkson at the Study Seminar for the XXVII World Day of the Sick 2019 9 February, Kolkata – India Pope Francis’ Theology of Accompaniment and the call to CARE of The Sick And Suffering Your Eminences, Your Excellences,

On Robotization of Life

COMECE publishes reflection on “Robotisation of Life” The quick development of new technologies based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is leading COMECE to publish the reflection “Robotisation of Life – Ethics in view of new challenges”. The document reaffirms the primacy of the human person and promotes

On porn

A widespread and pernicious though often overlooked evil affecting modern life is pornography. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (2354) states that:   Pornography consists in removing real or simulated sexual acts from the intimacy of the partners, in order to display them deliberately to third parties. It

Providing Expanded Moral and Religious Exemptions to HHS Mandate

Bishops Applaud Final Rules Providing Expanded Moral and Religious Exemptions to HHS Mandate November 9, 2018 WASHINGTON–The final rules announced Wednesday by the federal government regarding the HHS mandate “allow people like the Little Sisters of the Poor, faith-based schools, and others to live out

Canadian bishops on cannabis (+ Français)

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) expresses its disappointment at the passage of Bill C-45, which legalizes cannabis/marijuana for recreational use. Given the numerous known risks cannabis use poses to human society and human health (physical, mental and emotional), it is lamentable that the

Respectons la dignité de la procréation !

A l’approche de l’ouverture du débat parlementaire en vue de la révision de la loi bioéthique, alors que l’Office parlementaire d’évaluation des choix scientifiques va publier son rapport et que le Comité Consultatif National d’Ethique va donner son Avis, l’Eglise de France explique sa position

Christ suffers with us

Bishop's Column Christ suffers with us, in this painful moment Friday, 03 August 2018 By Bishop James Conley When Pope St. John Paul II visited the United States in 1995, he said something I have been reflecting upon in recent weeks. “There is no evil

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