Category Archives: Bioethics

Formation

for·ma·tion /fôrˈmāSH(ə)n/ Noun  the action of forming or process of being formed.  Synonyms: emergence, coming into being, genesis, development, evolution, shaping    All I will say is that my better half and I have been in formation for the past … Continue reading

Posted in Baking, Bioethics, Faith

Sunday Snippets–A Catholic Carnival

Sunday Snippets, hosted by RAnn, can be found here. Please pay her a visit! I participated in Jen Fulweiler’s 2014 Saint’s Name Generator. Well, interestingly enough I was given St. Vincent de Paul. Patronage: Charitable Workers; Hospital Workers; Lepers; Lost … Continue reading

Posted in Bioethics, brain death, Jahi McMath, Sunday Snippets | 2 Comments

Death and Dying and the Catholic Church

“…we are not the owners of our lives and, hence, do not have absolute power over life. We have a duty to preserve our life and to use it for the glory of God, but the duty to preserve life … Continue reading

Posted in Bioethics, Death, Dying, ERDs, Faith, Jahi McMath, Law, moral status, Parenting, sacraments