“Who Is Man?”: The Anthropological Foundation for Catholic Bioethics

“Who Is Man?”: The Anthropological Foundation for Catholic Bioethics

By Francis Cardinal Arinze


Christendom College held a one-day conference on Catholic bioethics featuring renowned speakers including Francis Cardinal Arinze, Bishop Robert Morlino, Dr. Janet Smith, and Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk. The conference, held on July 9, 2012, drew close to 300 attendees...
Contraception, Natural Law, Personalism and Bioethics

Contraception, Natural Law, Personalism and Bioethics

By Dr. Janet Smith


Christendom College held a one-day conference on Catholic bioethics featuring renowned speakers including Francis Cardinal Arinze, Bishop Robert Morlino, Dr. Janet Smith, and Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk. The conference, held on July 9, 2012, drew close to 300 attendees...
Homily

Homily

By Francis Cardinal Arinze


Christendom College held a one-day conference on Catholic bioethics featuring renowned speakers including Francis Cardinal Arinze, Bishop Robert Morlino, Dr. Janet Smith, and Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk.  The conference, held on July 9, drew close to 300 attendees who...
Natural Law and Its Role In End-of-Life Discussions

Natural Law and Its Role In End-of-Life Discussions

By Bishop Robert Morlino


Christendom College held a one-day conference on Catholic bioethics featuring renowned speakers including Francis Cardinal Arinze, Bishop Robert Morlino, Dr. Janet Smith, and Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk. The conference, held on July 9, 2012, drew close to 300 attendees...
The Challenge of Practicing Medicine as a Catholic Today

The Challenge of Practicing Medicine as a Catholic Today

By Dr. Lorna Cvetkovich


Bringing the conference to a close, Dr. Lorna Cvetkovich of the Tepeyac Family Center practice discussed the challenges today facing Catholics who practice medicine. “In our society 80% of women have been on birth control pills. If you are over 35 and have one child...
Q & A

Q & A

By Dr. Timothy O'Donnell (emcee)