We have always had the illusion of launching a project related to the Culture of Life. We are a website with resources for catechesis and Christian formation and, at the same time, we are convinced that to defend life you don't need to be a believer, much less a Catholic. In all religions, and among agnostics or atheists, you can find great defenders of life.
However, precisely because we are Catholics, we feel a special commitment to defend the life of all people, especially the most defenseless and disadvantaged, from conception to natural death.
The objective is to show the greatness of life and to collect pro-life initiatives promoted by people from all over the world. We are especially interested in personal stories, but we also want to provide information, arguments and ideas that contribute to the dissemination of the Culture of Life from conception to natural death. We believe that this is one of the essential values for a society to be truly human.
"A contradictory point of view also consents to the suppression of human life in the womb in the name of safeguarding other rights. But how can an act that suppresses innocent and defenseless life in its blossoming be therapeutic, civilized, or simply humane? I ask you: Is it fair to "take away" a human life to solve a problem? Is it fair to hire a hit man to solve a problem? You cannot, it is not fair to "take away" a human being, even a small one, to solve a problem. It is like hiring a hit man to solve a problem", Francisco.
"Respect for life is the foundation of every other right, including those of freedom," John Paul II.
"A society is only truly human when it unreservedly protects and respects the dignity of every person from conception to the moment of natural death," Benedict XVI.
"With what falsehood does man live today by closing his eyes to illness and disability. He does not understand the true meaning of life, which also includes the acceptance of suffering and limitation. The world will not be better when it is made up only of apparently "perfect" people, but when solidarity among human beings, acceptance and mutual respect grow," Francis said.
Culture of Life
Electronic book that gathers a selection of articles on the culture of life published by Aceprensa.
Fourteen chapters organized around the following topics: abortion; bioethics; stem cells; cloning; disability; eugenics; euthanasia and palliative care; genetics; medicine and pain; conscientious objection; and assisted reproduction.