"He expressed himself against abortion, all suicide, and euthanasia. His position on that definitely was well received by the archbishop and priests."
--Thomas Berry, former secretary to the late Archbishop John F. Whealon of Hartford, Conn., in the Washington Times, on a 1988 meeting between Joseph Lieberman, then candidate for the Senate, and Archbishop Whealon. (reported in Sept 23, 2000 World Magazine)
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Woman's Right to Choose
Abortion and Free Choice
Boston Globe's Misleading Article on Catholic Church
Deflating Darwin's Dangerous Idea
Stephen Jay Gould: Gorbachev of Darwinism?
Test Tube Offspring Want to Know Father
Erickson vs. Bartell Drugs
Call No Man Father
What is Original Sin of Sex?
Bicentennial Man (Hidden Assumptions)
Bogus Knights of Columbus Oath
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The Fiery Furnace
Jesus Teaching Concerning Heaven
Some Good News on Teen Pregnancy and Abortion
Hitler's Pope: Comic Book Approach to Church History
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Germaine Greer on Birth Control
Human Cloning: A Catholic Perspective (How the Unthinkable Became Inevitable)