Report refutes LGBT ‘born that way’ theory

Report refutes LGBT ‘born that way’ theory Study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University dispels popular myths about sexual ...

Editorial: The hard truth

Editorial: The hard truth Young people are leaving the Faith more rapidly and at a younger age than ever before

New world odor

New world odor Societies driven by scientism — those today and utopias in the past — continue to be a ...

Ethics must guide medical research, protect human dignity, pope says

Ethics must guide medical research, protect human dignity, pope says

U.S. bishops' pro-life leader Richard Doerflinger retires

U.S. bishops' pro-life leader Richard Doerflinger retires A look back at the successes and challenges of his 36 years serving the Church

Understanding gene editing

Understanding gene editing Why moral concerns of advancing procedures outweigh the potential to treat diseases

Science's missing piece: Morality

Science's missing piece: Morality Rather than focusing on whether something can be done, researchers should ask whether ...

Are womb transplants immoral?

Are womb transplants immoral? A new procedure that could help women get pregnant raises ethical questions

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