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What is the foundation of human dignity?

The recently published Vatican document Dignitas Infinita speaks about the ontological dignity of the human person. Fr John Flader explains what this term means, and the basis for our ontological dignity.

Dignitas Infinitas could’ve been stronger

The Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith’s new document on human dignity underscores the Catholic Church’s commitment to human dignity and defence of life from conception to natural death. It’s a good document, but George Weigel makes a few suggestions about how it could have been stronger

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Dignitas on gender theory

Dear Fr John Flader, I understand that the recent Vatican Declaration on human dignity mentions gender theory and sex changes as unacceptable in light of the Church’s teaching. Could you please clarify this?

Dignitas Infinita: A guide to human dignity for lay readers

The Vatican’s latest document Dignitas Infinita, on human dignity, is short, readable, orthodox, clear and satisfying. It’s about human dignity being God-given, vocationally-oriented, freedom-infused, and unconditional. And it shows how theologically conservative the Holy Father is, writes Philippa Martyr

Vatican says abortion, surrogacy, war, poverty are attacks on human dignity

Being a Christian means defending human dignity and that includes opposing abortion, the death penalty, gender transition surgery, war, sexual abuse and human trafficking, the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith said in a new document, Dignitas Infinita (Infinite Dignity).
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