The Dangerous Effects of Surrogacy: A Review of “A Transnational Feminist View of Surrogacy Biomarkets in India” Imagine you live in India. You live in extreme poverty—poverty like most Americans [...]
The burgeoning fertility industry treats procreation like a business and human beings like products. The Washington Post recently featured the story of Danielle Rizzo, a gay woman who conceived two children by purchasing sperm from […]
The story of the Christmas tree begins in England, where the very young Winfrid decided to enter a Benedictine monastery over the objections of his parents. Winfrid grew in holiness and piety but yearned to […]
Questions of Power and Rights in Surrogacy: Is it acceptable for gay men to exploit surrogate mothers facing poverty, racism, eugenic forces and misogyny? I am a lesbian. In my political activism over more than […]
Fr. William G. Most (1914-1997) will not end up numbered among first-rank apologists, but his book Catholic Apologetics Today (now out of print) came to my attention just when I could profit from it. It [...]
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