- Scholar, Activist
Frances Kissling is a visiting scholar at the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania where she is writing a book on Ethics and Abortion. A Catholic feminist, she was the president of Catholics for Choice for 25 years.
Why the U.N. sustainability meeting should go vegetarian.
The issues of religious freedom, sexuality and reproduction continue to run into each other.
Rather than calling fertilized eggs persons, people of faith could better spend their time caring for the already born: children, the elderly, the poor, the stranger in our midst.
It is time for Catholic educators to understand that responsible parenthood entails the use of modern methods of contraception.