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Cardinal Arinze to Deliver Bioethics Lecture at Holy Apostles

His Eminence Francis Cardinal Arinze will deliver the 2010 Pope John Paul II Bioethics Lecture "In Defense of Human Life" at Holy Apostles College and Seminary on Tuesday, October 12.  From the Holy Apostles website:
In 2010 the Bioethics Center launched a new initiative to make Catholic bioethics resources more readily available to students, scholars and the general public.  An enhanced internet presence provides links to bioethics resources within the Church, including Curial congregations and pontifical academies and councils.  Other links connect the extensive prolife resources of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, various bioethics organizations, universities, publications, journals, medical associations and more, providing a broad-based and solid Catholic foundation for research and study.  Separate resource sections collect the foundational documents for Catholic bioethics, provide explanation of basic concepts in bioethics and offer selected cultural readings related to bioethics, including plays, novels, short stories, poetry, and essays.
Holy Apostles College and Seminary has been included in The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College, now a free online resource, for its strong Catholic identity.

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