Author: CV Staff

catholic

16 Nov Tragedy in Ireland

Our friends at Catholic Voices in the UK have a thoughtful post up regarding the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar in Ireland: The death of Savita Halappanavar from septicaemia following a miscarriage at Galway University Hospital in Ireland on Sunday 28 October is a horrific tragedy that...

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no suicide

12 Oct Catholic Voices in the Boston Globe

Catholic Voice Mark O’Neill has a letter to the editor in today’s Boston Globe discussing the Massachusett push for assisted suicide: I applaud people for promoting compassion, but true compassion means alleviating suffering while maintaining solidarity with those who suffer. It does not mean putting lethal drugs...

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new yowrk

08 Oct Catholic Voices in the New York Times

Melissa Moschella, who just received her doctorate from Princeton and is one of our Catholic Voices, has a letter in theNew York Times today responding to “Women as Priests” (Exposures, Sunday Review, Sept. 30) She counters the article’s “oversimplified portrayal of the church’s position on women’s...

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latimes

05 Aug Defending Freedom in the Los Angeles Times

Catholic Voice Lauren Petron responds to an editorial on White House restrictions of religious liberty: “Christians believe we are called to worship Christ with our lives — yes, even as we are conducting business. Christians open and run hospitals, as so many women of faith have in...

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hss

03 Jul HHS Mandate Challengers Receive Unlikely Support

Who would have thought that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissenting opinion in Thursday’s healthcare decision would help opponents of the so-called contraceptive mandate? Championed by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, that mandate requires most employers to provide free coverage for contraceptives, abortion-causing drugs, and sterilizations even when...

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