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On Organ Donation E. Christian Brugger TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019 Note: A reader sent in the query below, which we thought deserved a careful reply by a reliable bioethicist. Question: My nurse friend says that major organs can’t be donated unless donors are alive, thus anaesthetic is given at the time of retrieval. If this is correct, […]

via In the light of new empirical evidence, we question a provisional judgment of a pope, especially when that judgment is made in a realm – such as medical science – over which he has no divinely mandated authority, it is certainly not unfaithful. — ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP

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Source: Why do Catholics call the pope the “Holy Father,” if the Bible says only Persons of the Trinity may be called holy? | Catholic Answers

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