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This 3D-rendered medically-accurate illustration depicts a child in the 20th week of gestation. (photo: SciePro /

At a fundamental level, life-saving research ought to preserve human dignity.

By Stacy Trasancos, National Catholic Register, December 15, 2020

Stacy Trasancos Stacy Trasancos is the Executive Director of Bishop Strickland’s St. Philip Institute in Tyler, Texas. She has a doctorate in chemistry, a master’s in dogmatic theology, and seven children. She worked as a chemist for DuPont before converting to Catholicism and radically restructuring her life. …

Stacy TrasancosYou don’t need to go undercover and follow around employees from Planned Parenthood like David Daleiden at the Center for Medical Progress to find out how the remains of aborted children are used in research. All it takes is a look at scientific reports. The methods are detailed in the words of the scientists themselves, who depend on abortion to design experiments.

With the focus lately on the use of aborted fetal cell lines in vaccines, I thought it would be helpful to walk through what is really going on, to show why some pro-life Catholics are so concerned about the passive acceptance of aborted children in research. We are not denying that vaccines serve a common good. We are, however, encouraging Catholics to unite a protest against the evil of abortion, to demand that university, government and industrial scientists stop using the remains of electively-aborted children in the research of anything, vaccines or otherwise. Actually, vaccines are only the beginning.  …

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