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Companies Face Ethical Hurdles in Developing a COVID Vaccine

By Edward Pentin 

VATICAN CITY — Various ethical dilemmas are coming to the fore as laboratories around the world race to create an effective vaccine against the coronavirus.

11 Sep 2020
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What is the history of the rosary and how can you explain the Hail Mary to a non-catholic?

The rosary probably began as a practice by the laity to imitate the monastic Divine Office (Breviary or

11 Sep 2020
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The Catholic Case Against Communism

The Catholic Case Against Communism

11 Sep 2020
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Abortion rate in England and Wales soars amid pandemic

The number of abortions in England and Wales soared in the first half of 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to statistics released Thursday.

11 Sep 2020
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English bishop prays for canonization of Manchester nun Elizabeth Prout

An English bishop has encouraged Cat

05 Sep 2020
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Catholics thank drug company for switching to ethical polio vaccine

Catholic leaders in the U.S. have welcomed the news that one of the world’s biggest vaccine producers has decided to discontinue a polio vaccine derived from an abortion fetal cell line.

04 Sep 2020
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Shrine in memory of aborted children dedicated in Mexico

The Mexican pro-life association Los Inocentes de María (Mary’s Innocent Ones) dedicated a shrine in Guadalajara last month in memory of aborted children. The shrine, called Rachel’s Grotto, also serves as a place for reconciliation between parents and their deceased babies.

04 Sep 2020
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German Synodal Path to Vote on Defining Fertility to Include ‘Same-Sex, Other Couples’

The proposed text states, “Even same-sex couples and other couples who cannot give birth to a new life have the potential for a fertile life.”

04 Sep 2020
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The Unconventional Mission of ‘Sister Dede’

In an exclusive interview, Sister Deidre B

04 Sep 2020