Dismay at the News This Month on LIfe Issues

Raymond Arroyo, EWTN News Director expresses this much better than I could (Friday, May 23, 2008, EWTN): "THE PRESCIENCE OF HUXLEY
Four startling bioethical initiatives passed in the British Parliament this week. British scientists now have the government’s blessing to create human-animal hybrid embryos. Parents can also use in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to create genetic matches to potentially rehabilitate sick children or relatives. Lawmakers also removed the requirement for an “involved father” for women seeking a child through IVF. And lastly, attempts to reduce the legal limit for abortions from 24 weeks of gestation failed. Britain’s abortion law continues to be among the most permissive in Europe.

For those who might not know Aldous Huxley's 1932 novel, "Brave New World," it opens at Central London's Hatchery and Conditioning Centre in the 25th Century. Pre-born children are biologically manipulated there to fit the dubious designs of a hedonistic society gone wrong. Pity Huxley isn’t still with us. He could write a prequel set in the 21st century…no creativity necessary." Read this and other news the world over on Raymond's Blog: http://origin.ewtn.com/news/blog.asp?blog_ID=2 See also:


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