The Pontifical Academy for Life is dedicating the General Assembly of Members 2015 to bringing science and faith together in service to the elderly and to those in need of palliative care!
6 March 2015
New President of the Mexican National Academy of Bioethics
Prof. Martha Tarasco, Corresponding member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, has been nominated new President of the Mexican National Academy of Bioethics, which belongs to the Mexican Department of Health.
The Pontifical Academy for Life is proud to announce the 2015 Workshop on "Assisting the elderly and palliative care", taking place within the context of the 21st General Assembly of Members in the New Hall of the Synod in Vatican City on Friday, 6 March 2015.
Fiorenzo Cardinal Angelini, President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Pastoral Assistance to Health Care Workers and Cardinal-Priest of Santo Spirito in Sassia passed away.
Canadian Bishops approved Campaign for Palliative and Home Care, and against Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.
In 2014, the Pontifical Academy for Life has celebrated 20 years from its foundation by pope st. John Paul II. In this special occasion, a commemorative video was made in collaboration with the Catholic News Agency. You can watch it here.
The Holy Father has appointed Bishop Anthony Colin Fisher, Ordinary Member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, as Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney (Australia).
Please read the following “Highlights of the Philippine Supreme Court Decision on the RH Law”.
Prof. Miguel Serrano Ruiz-Calderon, Corresponding Member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, was appointed as Director of the Spanish National Commissionfor Assisted Reproduction.
The Pontifical Academy for Life went on pilgrimage to the Marian Sanctuary of La Mentorella.
The Pontifical Academy for Life has just received the sad news of the passing away of one of it’s original Members, the Professor Petr Hach (Czech Republic) on May 24th, 2014.
The Lejeune Foundation has put together a remarkable guide for students and all people of good will looking to learn more about Bioethics.
At the conclusion of the Workshop and workgroups on Aging and Disability, held on the occasion of the 20th Plenary Assembly of Members of the Pontifical Academy for Life (19-22 February 2014), we wish to present the following reflections.