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According to the Barts Health NHS Trust, which administers the Royal London Hospital, doctors have determined that “further invasive medical treatment is futile.”
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A recent New York Times analysis has suggested that the cathedral came very close to completely collapsing, and that the brave actions of Paris’ fire department likely saved the building from further damage.
Movies
Steven D. Greydanus
Resting lion face: Disney’s latest photo replica of a 1990s Renaissance classic is the most slavish — and pointless — to date.
Nation
Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: Very few things are truly unprecedented in the life of the Church, but a Catholic cathedral built inside of a former Protestant church is one of them.
Books
Carl E. Olson
BOOK PICK: Into the Deep: An Unlikely Catholic Conversion by Abigail Rine Favale
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To view online pornography, internet users would need to confirm their age by entering information from a driver’s license, credit card, or passport.
Bea Cuasay/CNA
The ballot initiative filing cites “substantial medical evidence that an unborn child is capable of experiencing pain by 22 weeks gestation,” noting that a child of this age will react to painful stimuli by recoiling or swimming away.
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Dr. Leana Wen's statements about her departure suggested internal turbulence within the organization.
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The move comes more than two years after the release of the show’s first season, which concludes with a controversial explicit scene showing the suicide of the main character.
Culture of Life
Judy Roberts
Family members affected by the decision to end a life in the womb are finding ways to redress their feelings of loss, guilt, grief and anger.
Joan Frawley Desmond
Lesther Alemán said he plans to attend the U.S. State Department’s Ministerial July 16-17 to bring awareness to the struggle for human rights in his country.
Amy Smith
The space race received worldwide attention — including in Rome.
Peter Jesserer Smith
A recent salvo by The Guardian indicates that fertility-awareness-based methods are leaving their niche in Catholic circles and entering the mainstream.
VOICES from the Blogs
Matthew Archbold
K.V. Turley
Sherry Antonetti
Jim Graves
Father John P. Cush
Kathy Schiffer
John Grondelski
Stephanie Mann
Angelo Stagnaro
Laura Dittus
Tom Nash
Gary Zimak
Shaun McAfee
Joseph Pronechen
Patti Armstrong