Stem-cell study unethical

With regard to embryonic stem-cell research, as proposed by UCC, the end does not justify the means if the means are criminally unethical. Nor can any good come from it.

8th November, 2008

With regard to embryonic stem-cell research, as proposed by UCC, the end does not justify the means if the means are criminally unethical. Nor can any good come from it.

Destruction of the embryo in the mother’s womb, or out of it, is a violation of the right to live, bestowed by God on this nascent life.

Those who claim to be Catholics or Christians but who support murder - or complicity in...

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