Category Archives: Law

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

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Emergency Contraception and Scientific Uncertainty

Several intriguing comments were made to my post on “legitimate rape, contraception, and the Catholic Church.” There is vigorous debate in Catholic bioethic circles regarding whether the ERDs mandate testing for pregnancy at the time of sexual assault versus testing … Continue reading

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Blogging about bioethics

I started my 9th and almost final class in my graduate program. Just the capstone/thesis left this Fall. The topic is Law and Biotechnology. Since I got an A- on my Bioethics and Law class last year with the instructor’s … Continue reading

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