September-October 2006
Volume 87, Number 5

The Term May Be New, but the Function Has Existed since Apostolic Time

A Study Compares the Role's Strengths, Weaknesses with Those Seen in 1993

Two Ethicists Discuss a Technological Breakthrough in the Context of Catholic Health Care

A Catholic Ethicist Argues That the Practice Is Not in the Best Interest of Male Infants

Catholic Health Care Has an Opportunity to Help the Medical Profession Return to Its Roots

After 20 Years, What Is the Status of Integration of Services?

A Kansas City Facility Provides Care for Babies with Severe Birth Defects and for Their Families, Too

Ninth in a Series on Canon Law

A Kansas-Based System Has Both Centralized and Decentralized Dimensions