Friday, March 02, 2007

The Week in Review: 25 February - 3 March, A.D. 2007

The Latin Mass and the Church
On the Lenten Papal retreat, Cardinal Biffi, and the Antichrist: "pacifist, ecologist and ecumenist" (originally on LifeSite):
Also from Rorate caeli, for those of us awaiting the liberation of the Latin Mass:

Medical stuff
Here is a series of recent articles from the TimesOnLine. As we saw in the essay in Stem Cells Part V: Chimeras, chimeras and hybrids are part and parcel of hES cell research.
Scientists triumph in battle over ban on hybrid embryos
Cloning pioneer fears Britain will lose out

On a related note, also out of the UK:

Actually, I think it's a race to the bottom, with all the European nations (and the U.S.) in the competition:

Update on Gardasil:
WorldNetDaily ran this:
Here's the original Washington Times report:

Odds and ends

This appeared in the Financial Times in 2005, and popped up recently on LifeSite. I have run into the transhumanists before in my wanderings, but this is a good summary. And, like Peter Singer and his buddies advocating infanticide, the transhumanists occupy chairs at our major universities.

I read Mr. Steyn's book, America Alone and thought it was pretty good, though I don't agree with some of it. Much of the population demographics material echoed Pat Buchanan's Death of the West:

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