Harvesting Organs from Cadavers An Ethical Challenge
“We are being pressured to participate in non-heartbeating cadaver organ transplants at our hospital, and we don’t think it is ethical,” commented the I.C.U. director of a major medical center.
A Cautionary Tale
Catholic health care is a ministry whose deep roots can be traced back to the healing works of Jesus and to the compassionate care of religious women and men and laypersons around the world over many
Abuses of Another Kind
I think it was in the early 1980’s that I met a fellow Jesuit at a conference on liberation theology and philosophy.
Architects of Success
Although parents may well attend whatever church makes their children feel most welcome, young people are not as likely to attend a church simply because it appeals to their parents.
Books and Culture
For the past several hundred years, since the invention of the printing press and the dissemination of books in fact, the most frequent enco
Finding quality child care in America is almost every parent’s quest or nightmare.
While the majority of the 53,000 babies born prematurely each year in the United States would have died soon after birth if they had been bo
John Mearsheimer, the R.