Kimball, Jennifer I.
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AIDS and Population Control: Increasing Women's Risk

Thirty years after the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported the first US case of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), the disease continues to stretch its shroud of death across the world. This, despite the billions of dollars that have been invested in the development of vaccines, spent on anti-retroviral therapies, and strewn about in condom distribution and sexual education schemes. But there is a strange and disturbing trend now evident in the new cases of HIV/AIDS being reported, and it concerns women of reproductive age.

Date posted: 2011-08-10

Raw Attraction: Forbidden, Fortuitous or "All That"?

"Love is indeed "ecstasy," not in the sense of a moment of intoxication, but rather as a journey, an ongoing exodus out of the closed inward-looking self towards its liberation through self-giving, and thus towards authentic self-discovery and indeed the discovery of God." Yes my friends, marital love is meant to be "all that"!

Date posted: 2011-04-19

The Womb and Reproductive Technologies: Telos and Integrity

Classical and theological discourse has always held a unique and deeply significant respect for the womb. Indeed, the womb is the place where the human person first experiences communion with another, where it is nourished and grows under the care of maternal union, where the developing person is most vulnerable and depends upon another in all things.

Date posted: 2011-01-07