Posts Tagged ‘child’
The China Development Research Foundation, a think tank affiliated with the Chinese government, has recommended that China gradually phase in a two-child policy over the next three years, and then cease all birth limits in the ...
Eric and Ruth Brown believe nothing about daughter Pearl Joy's life is a mistake.
A Catholic priest in the Philippines is under investigation for decades-old allegations of sex abuse, as well as for his ties to ivory smuggling. The investigation follows a story published in National Geographic magazine about...
Your child will cause the rise and fall of many, Simeon tells Mary in today's Gospel.
At an early morning Mass here at St. Patrick Parish on Friday (Sept. 7), the Rev. Justin Hoye preached about judgment, saying people are incapable of admitting the absolute fullness of their own sins.
posted by ronniemcbrayer Those of you who are parents have probably said something like the following to your children: “There is nothing you can do to make me stop loving you.” If we haven’t spoken those words to a child, many...
ChinaAid published yesterday a story from the Southern Metropolis Daily reporting on the "induced miscarriage" of Hu Xia, who was seven-month's pregnant with her second child.
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For many who have been victims of childhood sexual abuse, the past few weeks have been very difficult and have provoked feelings of both anger and sadness as they think back to what they have been through at the hands of perpet...
Arts & Culture
A new documentary exploring the ethical implications of sperm donation is creating a buzz among religious audiences. “Anonymous Father’s Day” delves into bioethics from the perspective of donor-conceived children who grow up...
A Philadelphia priest was convicted today of one count of child endangerment, becoming the first cleric in the Catholic Church’s long-running clergy abuse scandal to be tried and found guilty of shielding molesters. Monsign...