Brazilian President Luiz Inacio da Silva has chastised the Catholic Church for excommunicating the doctors and family of the nine-year-old girl who had an abortion.
Legalized abortion in Catholic Spain? Maybe the times really are changing.
The Vatican refused to support a recent U.N. declaration on sexual orientation and gender identity, calling it ill-defined and overly broad.
While visiting Manila-Philippines, Vatican official Paul Josef Cordes declared yesterday that “feminism” is not only eroding manhood but causing “a crisis in fatherhood.”
Obama wants family planning out of the stimulus; Pill inventor sets the record straight on demographic shifts; Vatican condemns repeal of the global gag rule; economic downturn drives interest in egg donation.
Why, when it comes to reproductive rights, does the Vatican turns its back on millennia of teaching about the satanic nature of lying?
While there is evidence that estrogenic contaminants are impacting the environment, there is no evidence that oral contraceptives are the main culprit. And what about the benefits of contraception to the environment?
Will the Catholic Church’s recent document opposing in vitro fertilization affect a Polish bioethics law addressing the method?
The Vatican’s recent statement “Dignitas Personae” shows once again that the Catholic hierarchy is on the wrong side of science and the needs of contemporary society.
Faith leaders working on the ground have accepted that contraception saves lives. Isn’t it time for a brave American politician to ask the Pope why he won’t do the same?