Right Tune, Wrong Words

the muffled wisdom of ‘dignitas personae'

Before the December release of Dignitas personae, it had been twenty years since the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) came out with a bioethics document. It is no doubt a good thing that the church moves carefully and slowly on complex matters, but given the radical development of medical technology in the past two decades, a new instruction was...

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Charles Camosy is professor of Christian ethics at Fordham University.

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