Topics : Bioethics

Infertility Personal Stories – 4 Short Stories Of Acceptance &

A man and three women share their personal stories of infertility, their different ways of looking at the treatment available for infertility, and their journey from disappointment to hope. Infertility Story 1: Marco Cremona , Journey From In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) To Adoption “Our decision to adopt was very fruitful My wife and I met when we were in our […]Read More

Top Pope's Quotes About Human Life & Bioethics

TOP POPE’S QUOTES ABOUT HUMAN LIFE & BIOETHICS 1. Support When A Child Feels Like A Burden… “Life must always be welcomed and protected. These two things go together , welcome and protection. On the other hand, it is the responsibility of the State, the Church and society to accompany and concretely help all those who […]Read More

"I Coped With An Unplanned Third Pregnancy" – Josephine

Josephine* related how she felt scared as she ended up in an unplanned pregnancy with her third child. Her therapist Eleanor Borg from Crisis Pregnancy Centre HOPE describes the process of adjusting that Josephine went through and how eventually she welcomed her child as a gift. “I am 23 years old. A year ago I got pregnant with my […]Read More

Religious Arguments Against Euthanasia

The euthanasia debate is not only about mercy and love. It is also about one’s concept of life. You can look at life in a way to say I want to live a pain free life, so the euthanasia argument becomes the most logical conclusion i.e. when there is a certain amount of suffering I will stop […]Read More

Abortion Regret Poem: The Flower That Never Was

ABORTION REGRET POEM: THE FLOWER THAT NEVER WASNadia Bartolo In fertile soil, a seed did falland the gardener, unaware,nourished the soil and helped it sproutwith accidental care. And all the wisdom of the earthwas sealed around the hopethat the tiny seed would claim its rightand fulfil its given scope. With nature’s blessing, the sprout did […]Read More

Catholic Bioethics Topics

Bio means life and ethics is concerned with values, what is right and wrong. Bioethics asks what is technologically possible, is it ethically permissible?   Catholic Bioethics topics include the value and significance of human life, the transmission of human life through new reproductive technologies, prenatal diagnosis and the right to life, sterilisation, abortion, the […]Read More

The sacredness of life in the womb

“For you created my inmost being;  you knit me together in my mother’s womb.I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;    your works are wonderful,    I know that full well.” Psalm 139:13-14Read More

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