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Culture of Life

John A. Di Camillo, Ph.D., Be.L
Making decisions about assisted nutrition and hydration can be challenging. We are blessed with the gift of the Catholic Church’s clear moral teachi MORE
Mar 01, 2018
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Mary Hasson, JD
Recent marriage research offers important insights for spouses and for “remote marriage preparation” for our children. In The Marriage Paradox: Wh MORE
Feb 01, 2018
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Edward J. Furton, M.A., PH.D
Debates over ethical questions often conceal a more fundamental disagreement about whether morality can be objective. A moral judgment that is subject MORE
Jan 01, 2018
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Ryan T. Anderson, PH.D.
28 years ago, the release of When Harry Met Sally highlighted one big debate: whether men and women could really be just friends… MORE
Dec 01, 2017
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Charles LiMandri, Esq.
“…what they are seeking to harvest are well-developed fetal organs like hearts, lungs, livers, and brains … not the organs of the woman’s body MORE
Oct 03, 2017
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Joe Zalot
“Ambiguous language utilized by POLST is highly problematic … it inevitably leads to confusion and possibly abuse..” MORE
Oct 01, 2017
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Edward J. Furton, M.A., PH.D.
“The more medical decision-making is handed over to [the state]… the more patients, surrogates and family members will [be] unable to take measure MORE
Sep 02, 2017
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Dr. Donald Demarco
“The last thing I saw, the Four Chaplains were up there praying for the safety of the men. They had done everything they could. I did not see them a MORE
Aug 01, 2017
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John A. Di Camillo
Masking the problem of an identity disorder by focusing on the consequence of dysphoria gravely undermines the possibility of authentic healing for vu MORE
Jul 01, 2017
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Ryan Anderson
Americans have seen their religious liberty rights under assault as never before. MORE
Jun 11, 2017
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