- Jul 12, 2020
As more countries embrace euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, is there a danger that “suicide prevention” might shift to “suicide assistance”?
If Ireland votes on May 25 to remove the constitutional provision of an equal right to life for the unborn, the experience of legalized abortion in other countries shows that it is “a straightforward matter for legislation to be liberalized further,” according to a report issued by Britain’s leading Catholic bioethics center.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster has suggested that children would find their “greatest joy” by accepting their biological sex rather than selecting a gender of their choice.
A British judge has ordered that the ventilation from a 21-month-old baby with a rare brain disorder be removed, despite the requests from the parents the child be allowed to leave the country for further treatment.
A Catholic bioethics institute warned the Scottish government that children will be at increased risk of harm under proposed changes to the law on gender recognition.
The parents of a 20-month-old baby with a rare brain disorder have told a British court they want their baby to die at home if he is not allowed to be transferred to a Vatican-owned children’s hospital in Rome.