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By Kate Scanlon, EWTN News, 5/5/20

Kate Scanlon is a producer with EWTN News. She writes from Washington, D.C.


In the midst of the pandemic, the National Catholic Bioethics Center continues its work providing consultation and education on bioethical issues in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Joseph Meaney has been at the helm of the NCBC since June 2019, when he succeeded John Haas as the center’s president.

Before joining the NCBC, Meaney worked with Human Life International for 21 years, and he has a Ph.D. in bioethics from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome. He spoke recently with EWTN News producer Kate Scanlon about what drew him to the field of bioethics, the work of the NCBC and concerns presented by the current health crisis.

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