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Reproductive Technology

 

"I want to have children with you."

This simple, but meaningful phrase conveys in seven words the deep trust, love, and faith a Catholic married couple have in and for each other. But the desire for children is frequently thwarted by infertility. Life Giving Love, in an Age of Technology, in question-and-answer format, seeks to respond to current issues in reproductive technology-some that offer great hope, others that pose moral problems-and help Catholic couples fulfill their procreative potential and build a family.

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Testimony and Letters

News Releases and Statements

  • Cardinal Rigali Criticizes Draft NIH Guidelines for Destructive Stem Cell Research
    April 21, 2009
  • Bishops' Spokesman Asks Reconsideration of In Vitro Fertilization Decision, July 15, 1988

Additional Resources

Please visit our Embryo/Fetal Research Issue page for related information.

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