Does the Hungarian government send the homeless people back to the streets of Budapest? Thousands will die if the government insists on stopping the Methodist funding. The church struggles with the “corrupt” Orban government about tax revenues for welfare work.
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Fifty years after Denmark legalised abortion, its advisory Ethics Council is now looking to raise the legal limit.
British doctors have performed a uterus transplant for the first time in UK history. They did so on a 34-year-old woman. She is "euphoric", but Christian ethicists are critical.
What did you do during the vacation? And: where did you go? That are the two main questions at the end of the holiday season.
Sometimes ignorance is better than knowledge, Augustine said. We should not know everything. Jordan Ballor applies this to embryo technology in a lab setting.
The Committee of Social Affairs of the French Senate is clear in its judgment about a possible new euthanasia law in the country. For them, this is a no-go.
The recently introduced euthanasia law in Austria does not go far enough, according to some. They are going to court.
Tove lived in several lesbian cohabitations, and Bjørn had a male lover. Both were active in the gay community in the Norwegian capital Oslo. But something happened when they became Christians.
A special committee has presented a plan against loneliness in Denmark. No less than 75 initiatives should reduce the number of lonely people by 50 per cent before 2040.
A few days ago, our neighbour stood crying at our front door and handed me a bag of cat litter with the words: We had to put our cat to sleep – do you want the bag?