Discover more from Brave New Us: Catholic Bioethics
You Won't Believe What These Scientists Are Getting Away With
Plus BIG news, a new podcast, and an award nomination
Brave New Us is Coming to YouTube!
On this Feast of Corpus Christi, I’m excited to announce to email subscribers FIRST that over the next few weeks, I’ll be re-releasing captioned videos on a newly created Brave New Us YouTube Channel, all leading up to…
Viewers will be able to see the faces of brilliant guests sharing vital information and in-depth reflections on these deeply important issues.
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Link Roundup: What’s new in bioethics?
The Good: Aggressive leukemia in 13-year-old girl DISAPPEARS thanks to CRISPR
The Bad: A new concept video proposes “birthing pod” facility to grow humans to full term in the lab.
The Really Ugly:
In a world where biological males seek to invade women’s spaces under the guise of autonomy, they now seek to co-opt their ability to bear life via uterine transplants. That’s right: men want women to surgically remove women’s uteruses so they can experience pregnancy.
Bioethicists are now proposing using the bodies of women in comas as gestational surrogates.
In other news:
My book, Reclaiming Motherhood from a Culture Gone Mad, has been nominated for the “Excellence in Catholic Publishing” Award by the Association of Catholic Publishing!
Other books in its category include the latest by Dr. Charlie Camosy and Bishop Baron, among others, so I am just delighted.
(If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, now is a good time. It’s on sale!)
In case you missed it:
When my former bioethics professor at Loyola Marymount advocated for legalized abortion through the first trimester, I offered my rebuttal at Word on Fire.
Catholic Review picked up my article explaining why conception after death, though possible, is off the table.
I sat down with Mary FioRito at CatholicVote’s Edify Podcast to discuss the current state of the attack on the family, how to talk to kids about pride month, and more.
You Won’t Believe These Experiments
Is it okay to use abortion-tainted vaccines? What is there’s not other alternative? What about all the other treatments being developed using the body parts of aborted fetuses?
Samantha chats with Dr. Stacy Trasancos of Children of God for Life to get clarity on Catholic teaching surrounding the use of the unborn in medical research.
What she reveals in this interview about the state of embryonic and fetal tissue research in the US is harrowing, a call to all of us to take action.