• ‘Consistent Life Ethic’ needed to change attitudes on abortion

    ‘Consistent Life Ethic’ needed to change attitudes on abortion

    • May 18, 2017

    In a cultural climate and society that so often dehumanizes fellow members of our human family in the name of “autonomy” or “the common good” or “justice,” we must be voices that rehumanize our fellow human beings and seek to restore to each and every human the respect, value, and protection that should be common sense. The Consistent Life Ethic is for everyone, because the rights, life, and dignity of each human being is our foundation.

  • No, a Consistent Ethic of Life doesn’t mean going soft on abortion

    No, a Consistent Ethic of Life doesn’t mean going soft on abortion

    • Oct 21, 2016

    Critics have seen the idea of a ‘Consistent Ethic of Life’ as code for ignoring or playing down abortion, and in some cases they may have a point, but that’s not how the vast majority of Church leaders such as Pope Francis see it.

  • A conversation on abortion that moves beyond stale polarities

    A conversation on abortion that moves beyond stale polarities

    • Oct 12, 2016

    Thanks to folks like my fellow panelists that represent an ever-growing and diverse coalition of people that are more interested in better policies, a new course for building a robust pro-life, pro-woman movement is being chartered.

  • The consistent ethic of life under Pope Francis

    The consistent ethic of life under Pope Francis

    • Oct 4, 2016

    In the second in a series of pieces to the run-up to November’s presidential election considering a Consistent Ethic of Life as the foundation of a possible alternative political party, Charles Camosy focuses on the direction in which Pope Francis has pushed the ethic.