The Same Words Differently

Learning to communicate with our non-Catholic brethren can mean learning how we use language differently.  Read more here at Angelus News.

Catholics and MMR Vaccine

  Can Catholics use a vaccine prepared if it is in some way a product of abortions?  Read more here at Angelus News.

Emergencies and Baptism

Interesting questions arise when emergencies arise and sacraments are involved.  Read more here at Angelus News.

A Catholic View of Gene Editing

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.

7 Facts About NFP

  NFP is safe, effective and natural  Knowing a few critical facts about NFP can help increase market pressure to make it more available to all women. Read more here at Angelus News.

Charlie Gard and Respirators

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.

Commercials, Fake News and Charlie Gard

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…

Interview on Mater Dei Radio

Barbara Golder, M.D., J.D. “Lady Doc Lawyer”- Catholic Speaker & Author Addressing issues of medicine, law, faith & bioethics from a Catholic perspective Award-winning Author, “Lady Doc Murders” Book Series Web: Blog: Facebook: Lady Doc Lawyer & Barbara Golder Author...

Son Rise Morning Show

An interview of Barbara Golder about her new book “Dying For Compassion”

Dying for compassion is the new one follows the adventure of jane to the medical examiner, it focuses not just a series of murders that Jane has to solve but also the subject of end of life issues like dying for revenge theirs the mysteries Continue reading

I am off!

As the date of my book’ s debut approaches, I am excited–but I feel a bit like the Irish monks of yore.  It’s said that when they wanted to found a new community, they put out to sea in small boat…