This week we’ll be taking a look inside the 18-volume Pontifical Academy for Life Collection and how this, along with our other Pontifical collections, makes study in Verbum even deeper.
The Pontifical Academy for Life stands at the forefront of the Catholic Church’s scientific research on human life. It is dedicated to “study, information and formation on the principal problems of biomedicine and of law, relative to the promotion and defense of life, above all in the direct relation that they have with Christian morality and the directives of the Church’s Magisterium.”
In this collection, you’ll get 18 volumes examining abortion, procreation, gene therapy, euthanasia, and more, as well as the legislation surrounding all of these issues.
This collection couldn’t be any more relevant to the heated debates and conversations that surround the topic of sexual ethics today—it provides you with an authoritative reference point, letting you study the Catholic Church’s position firsthand.
Here are just some of the relevant volumes included in this collection:
- Human Genome, Human Person and the Society of the Future: Proceedings of the Fourth Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for Life
- The Dignity of the Dying Person: Proceedings of the Fifth Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for Life
- Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church: Scientific and Legal Perspectives: Proceedings of the Conference “Abuse of Children and Young People by Catholic Priests and Religious”
- The Nature and Dignity of Human Person as the Foundation of the Right to Life: The Challenges of the Contemporary Cultural Context: Proceedings of the Eighth Assembly
This collection is pertinent to the important political and theological conversations happening today—get the Pontifical Academy for Life Collection today and make your research even more powerful.