A great week with Johnette Benkovic on EWTN’s Women of Grace talking about practical bioethics. You can view the episodes here.
I was pleased to be included in an article in the Pacific Standard talking about the Title X requirements for patient counseling . Read the whole article by Francie Diep here.
When we lose sight of human dignity some strange things happen. Understanding what’s wrong with freezing embryos means examining the process from the perspective of the embryo. Read more here at Angelus News
The recent vote on the Pain Capable Children Protection Act reveals a deep division in how we will treat the most vulnerable among us. Read my analysis here at Angelus News.
One question: if other stem cell lines that are not morally objectionable have proved fruitful for research, why do scientists insist on pursuing embryonic stem cell research? My latest at Angelus News explores the moral issues associated with stem cell…
Before we can discuss to what extent gene editing is moral, we need to address the morality of experiments that develop the process. Read more here at Angelus News.
The decision about end of life care is intensely personal. The Catechism provides assistance that some commentators in Charlie Gard case missed. Here’s my column at Angelus News on the topic.
A popular insurance commercial irks me. A woman tells of the accident in which her new car is totaled. “No one is hurt, “she tells us, “but there will still be pain.” Turns out she didn’t buy new car replacement…