Advertise with us!

Legatus Magazine

Culture of Life

John A. DiCamillo
As Independence Day arrives in this year of the coronavirus, we begin to taste again the basic freedom of personal interaction with friends, family, c MORE
Jul 01, 2020
6119 Views
Steven M. Mosher
By the time you read this, America will be returning back to normal. We will be getting over our temporary obsession with ventilators and respirators, MORE
Jun 01, 2020
225 Views
Diann Ecret
Saint Paul’s Letters to the Philippians and to the Romans can be of immense practical and spiritual assistance for us all, especially during this ti MORE
May 01, 2020
6241 Views
Dr. Joseph M. Eble
Many who obtain a driver’s license elect to become organ donors. In general, organ donation is perceived as an altruistic act without ethical contro MORE
Apr 01, 2020
6617 Views
Edward J. Furton
The vast majority of calls taken by the ethicists concern end-of-life decision-making. The principal analytical tool used in these cases is the distin MORE
Mar 01, 2020
6360 Views
Thomas Farr
Dogma has a bad name these days, and that’s bad for the Church and for America. Senator Dianne Feinstein (DCA) spoke for growing numbers of America MORE
Feb 01, 2020
6932 Views
Dr. Joseph Meaney
Bioethics focuses increasingly on end-of-life concerns. The incredible advances in science and medicine help people to live longer lives, but also pre MORE
Jan 01, 2020
6792 Views
Thomas Olp
There is a huge misconception about separation of church and state, especially pertaining to Christmas Nativities. Those claiming offense by displays MORE
Dec 01, 2019
6799 Views
John F. Brehany
Christians should discern with care before agreeing to be a tissue donor, or in donating their bodies for research, as there are unique ethical issues MORE
Nov 01, 2019
6601 Views
Jennifer Roback Morse
Sexual abuse by Catholic clergy is the most serious issue facing the Church today. The legal and financial ramifications are immense. Even more damagi MORE
Oct 01, 2019
6473 Views

Additional Articles