It is ironic, is it not? You want to give the gift of life. Yet, the “reward” for being an organ donor is that your life could be taken from you.[click to continue...]
This is what we have reduced ourselves to as humankind. Through IVF, children are mass produced, treated as commodities to serve the desires of adults.[click to continue...]
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Please stick around at the end, as I want to know which posts you have enjoyed the most so far.[click to continue...]
It is true, this woman requires empathy for the cancer diagnosis she received. Back in April 2014 she was told she had six months until the doctors expected her to die to the disease.
But why does she deserve compassion for her diagnosis? Precisely because life—all life—has intrinsic value. For her to learn she is likely to die before reaching an elderly age means her life will be shorter than many others.
We should mourn her losing her life, while she maintains a desire to live. Why are we celebrating someone who does not want to live anyway?[click to continue...]
Later, Dr. Diggs, Jr. explains, “The potential for injury is exacerbated by the fact that the intestine has only a single layer of cells separating it from highly vascular tissue, that is, blood.”
“Therefore, any organisms that are introduced into the rectum have a much easier time establishing a foothold for infection than they would in a vagina,” he clarifies.[click to continue...]
…“gay marriage” proponents want us to believe homosexuality is completely natural, and so there is nothing wrong with the behavior. … Yet, this too defies Darwin’s own theory. He claimed moral instincts evolved in the human race.[click to continue...]
“These techniques (heterologous artificial insemination and fertilization) infringe the child’s right to be born of a father and mother known to him and bound to each other by marriage. They betray the spouses’ ‘right to become a father and a mother only through each other,’” (Catechism 2376).[click to continue...]
Each of these stories sounds like something straight out of a science fiction novel.[click to continue...]
The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) makes an immensely important distinction, “A child is not something owed to one, but is a gift” (paragraph 2378). Thus, a couple unable to conceive does face a difficult cross to bear, but does not have a “right” to conceive a child outside of the conjugal act (CCC 2377).[click to continue...]
You know the saying, truth is stranger than fiction. Meet Bertold Wiesner. He was a British biologist who ran a fertility clinic from the 1940s to 1960s with the help of his wife, Mary Barton. He claimed to have helped infertile, British women conceive 1,500 children through artificial insemination. That is, by directly injecting sperm […][click to continue...]