Galileo’s Ghost Haunts Catholics in Stem Cell Debate

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c. 2005 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ Richard Doerflinger, the Catholic bishops’ pointman on bio-ethics and “pro-life” causes, has heard all the stereotypes too many times to count. The church is anti-science. The church is old-fashioned. The church cares more about an embryo than an Alzheimer’s patient. “Opponents have a vested interest in portraying us […]

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