Just like in the days of the early church, Christianity teaches men to treat their wives with dignity.
In Spain, a criminal who shot four people and was, in turn, shot in the spine by police and paralyzed, was granted death by euthanasia.
In our current episode of let’s-allow-baby-killing, an Australian bioethicist named Walter Veit comes to the defense of infanticide.
Certain threads in the events of recent months suggest the hand of a skilled novelist.
It was, and is, the most controversial Catholic document of the past century, and perhaps of any century.