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Tonight I sat in on a webinar on human cloning, in-vitro fertilization and other bio-ethical issues presented by Dr. John Haas, president of the National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC). Dr. Haas gave a historical and theological background on the health … Continue reading
My apologies to Bruce Springsteen for the above title. <GG> British researchers at the University of Durham have evidence that our ability to laugh and smile begins in the womb: Nadja Reissland from the University of Durham and her colleagues … Continue reading
Oh, my. What a wonderful discovery – an artist and journalist, self-taught in mathematics and physics, an entrepeneur and author who works in the field of medical visualization. In the following video he demonstrates some of his work showing conception … Continue reading
Two life-style issues have surfaced in the news markets in recent weeks: cohabitation and contraception. The first, primarily seen in Catholic news media, was a letter written by His Excellency Michael Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe to his flock. In … Continue reading
Quote above: William Shakespeare, Richard II The Goal: To enhance the flavor of some processed foods by reducing the amounts of sugar, salt and MSG found therein. The Means: Human embryonic kidney cells (HEK). LifeSiteNews is covering an alert issused … Continue reading