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Legatus Magazine

Culture of Life

Jennifer E. Miller and Marie Catherine-Letendre
Gaps in trust and ethics continue to challenge the bio-pharmaceutical industry, providing fodder for the media and provoking chagrin from consumers MORE
Sep 01, 2011
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Marie T. Hilliard
We the lay faithful, according to the Second Vatican Council, are called to live in the world and make it holy. However, we are increasingly reminded MORE
Jul 01, 2011
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Wesley J. Smith
Have you noticed that the stem-cell controversy rarely makes the news these days? There’s a reason: The greatest advances in stem-cell research over MORE
Jun 01, 2011
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Stephen Napier
It’s almost passé these days to revile the Catholic Church for being “against science.” Yet critics continue to label the Church as uncaring ab MORE
May 01, 2011
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Patrick Lee
While there are no Catholic restaurants or Catholic grocery stores, there are specifically Catholic hospitals, clinics, hospices and nursing homes. Wh MORE
Apr 01, 2011
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John Haas
Activists working for the social acceptance of homosexual activity and lifestyles know the power of words. For a while, they chose to refer to the psy MORE
Mar 03, 2011
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Fr. Thomas Berg
For better or worse, the age of regenerative medicine is upon us. The goal is the streamlined and cost-effective production of genetically matched, pa MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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John M. Haas
It became apparent the student was becoming impatient with my lecture in a course on Catholic social doctrine. He finally put up his hand and blurted MORE
Dec 03, 2010
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Jennifer Kimball
Classical and theological discourse has always held a unique and deeply significant respect for the womb. Indeed, it’s the place where the human per MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Edward Furton
On Aug. 23, Federal District Judge Royce C. Lamberth blocked President Obama’s 2009 executive order expanding federal funding of embryonic stem cell MORE
Oct 01, 2010
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