Adriaen van de Venne, “Shrove Tuesday in the Country,” c. 1625
Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
Dr Joel Zivot who is an assistant professor of anesthesiology/critical care at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, was published today in Medpage Today explaining, based on the pharmacology, how an assisted death happens.
Ash Wednesday – Fasting, Abstinence, and You (with notes on alligator, endothermic moonfish, &, of course, muskrat
According to the 1983 Code of Canon Law for the Latin Church, Latin Church Catholics are bound to observe fasting and abstinence on Ash Wednesday. Here are some details. I am sure you know them already, but they are good … Continue reading →
Today is Ash Wednesday. The COVID-19 pandemic is still in progress, so this one will be a bit different.
I’ll still get ash on my head. But instead of getting a thumb-drawn cross on my forehead, I’ll get a sprinkling on my head. Seems that this offends and affronts some Catholics.
Me? I’d prefer getting that cross on my forehead this year.
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Pro-Life, gives the homily during the Mass for Life at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Jan. 23, 2020.
CNA Staff, Feb 16, 2021 / 04:18 pm (CNA).- President Joe Biden’s long self-presentation as a devout Catholic contradicts his strong political stands backing abortion. For Archbishop Joseph Naumann, this means Biden needs to acknowledge this, and the bishops need to correct him.
“The president should stop defining himself as a devout Catholic, and acknowledge that his view on abortion is contrary to Catholic moral teaching. It would be a more honest approach from him to say he disagreed with his Church on this important issue and that he was acting contrary to Church teaching,” Naumann, the Archbishop of Kansas City in Kansas, told Catholic World Report in an interview published Feb. 13.
Washington D.C., Feb 16, 2021 / 04:16 pm (CNA).- Lawmakers in Northern Ireland are seeking to ban abortions in cases of non-lethal fetal abnormality.
Paul Givan, a member of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland’s legislative assembly, proposed the Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill on Monday. The bill would remove “severe fetal impairment” as an exception to the country’s abortion laws.