Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., speaks during a Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hearing on the nomination of Rep. Debra Haaland, D-N.M., to be Secretary of the Interior on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. (Leigh Vogel/Pool via AP)
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Charles C. Camosy
Stand firm. The time is now for your consistent pro-life vision of human dignity to shine. 
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Charles C. Camosy
To overcome some pro-lifers’ shameful alliance with Trump, the movement must become more like Pope Francis, writes Charles Camosy.
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Charles C. Camosy
The power of Catholic moral theological vision can be substantial and nuanced, and could be the way for the GOP to evolve after the turbulence of the past few years.
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Charles C. Camosy
This weekend, a C.D.C. panel will likely decide which group should get the Covid-19 vaccine next. Thousands of lives hang in the balance, writes the Catholic ethicist Charles Camosy.
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Charles C. Camosy
Sen. Dianne Feinstein spoke for many when she told Barrett quite directly, “The dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern.”
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Charles C. Camosy
While Pope Francis has given special consideration to what some may consider liberal life issues, he has also spoken up strongly and clearly for the more traditional prolife issues.
 Pro-life advocates celebrate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug. 9 after lawmakers voted against a bill that would have legalized abortion. The Senate voted against the bill, dashing the hopes of supporters of legal abortion in the predominantly Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis. (CNS photo/Agustin Marcarian, Reuters)
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Charles C. Camosy
A diversity of views on abortion made for an actual debate among those who have power in Argentina.
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Charles C. Camosy
The Trump administration’s border policies threaten the right to life.
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Charles C. Camosy
There is a perception that the hook-up culture is more prevalent than it actually is.
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Charles C. Camosy
Perhaps the most powerful pro-choice argument rests on the claim that restrictions on abortion do not actually stop abortion from happening—they only make said abortions safer. Biemans devastates the foundations of this argument.