Charles C. Camosy




Stories by Charles C. Camosy
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Should we rethink Turkey this Thanksgiving?

As Christians who profess to care about how our actions impact others, we should think about where our foods come from.

Should we rethink eating animals?

Born Jorge Bergolgio, he took the papal name of Francis, in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, shown behind him … Continued

Pope Francis is neither ‘liberal’ nor ‘conservative.’ He’s Catholic.

Born Jorge Bergolgio, he took the papal name of Francis, in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, shown behind him … Continued

‘Racist,’ ‘radical,’ ‘bigot’: For Zimmerman, abortion and gay marriage, the labels often lie

The Zimmerman verdict is in, but the story is far from over. A Justice Department investigation is underway to determine … Continued

Opposing abortion after 20 weeks isn’t extreme. It’s logical.

Texas state senator Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) speaks on June 25, 2013. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) Some believe that, except for … Continued

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Catholic Church in Ireland faces abortion question

A new bill in Ireland would allow direct abortions in cases where the mother’s health was in danger—even in cases of suicide risk.

Is infanticide ‘madness’?

Vadim Ghirda AP “The pro-choice position for infanticide appears to be here to stay,” writes Charles Camosy. A recent article … Continued

Why Christians should support health care rationing

By Charles C. Camosy Photo credit: Haraz N. Ghanbari — Associated Press Photo. It’s coming.  Health care reform, Round II. … Continued

Is there common ground in abortion debate?

By Charles C. Camosy Religious pro-life voices in the public debate are often marginalized. First, the arguments they make are … Continued