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Canada’s assisted suicide law could especially harm indigenous peoples, group warns

Canada’s assisted suicide law could especially harm indigenous peoples, group warns

 A Canadian suicide prevention group is raising alarms that the country’s new assisted suicide law could especially harm indigenous peoples. The Embrace Life Council, an anti-suicide organization based in Canada’s northern territory of Nunavut, says that the proposed expansion of assisted suicide, Bill C-7, was

Assessing the Morality of COVID-19 Vaccines Developed with Abortion-Derived Tissue: A Register Guide

Assessing the Morality of COVID-19 Vaccines Developed with Abortion-Derived Tissue: A Register Guide

Shortly after a new single dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson was approved for use in the U.S., Bishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans issued a statement warning the faithful that the vaccine was “morally compromised” due to its reliance on abortion-derived cells in both its

New Orleans archdiocese: Catholics should seek ethical alternatives to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

New Orleans archdiocese: Catholics should seek ethical alternatives to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The Archdiocese of New Orleans says that the recently-approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is “morally compromised,” and advises Catholics to use ethical alternatives if available. The Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with an emergency use

The Euthanasia Cancer Spreads

The Euthanasia Cancer Spreads

he West is tearing itself apart. The symptoms are evident in our bitterly divided politics and the attempts to punish those with heterodox views. But they are particularly evident in the ongoing collapse of the sanctity of human life ethic, which holds that each of