Two recent news items 'the passing of assisted suicide in California and the prevalence of atheists among Harvard freshmen' seem to be disconnected, but they ultimately flow from the same rejection of God.
Van Maren and Ahlquist delve into Chesterton's life, writings, and philosophies. They discuss how we can apply Chesterton's writings to our everyday lives, while encouraging everyone to study his writings.
For Catholics, life is sacred, and so we are called to protect it. But that call is not absolute. Here are a few ethical questions regarding death, medical procedures, and treatment, answered from a Catholic perspective.
On World Day Against the Death Penalty, reporter Carol Zimmermann moderated a roundtable on the death penalty. Check out our earlier livestream with Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City, and Bishop Frank D...