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Helen Alvaré: Articoli scritti

Helen Alvaré is associate professor at George Mason University School of Law, Arlington,VA, and received her law degree at Cornell University in 1984 and a master's degree in systematic theology from The Catholic University of America in 1989. Professor Alvaré chaired the commission investigating clerical abuse in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and is an advisor to Pope Benedict XVI's Pontifical Council for the Laity, as well as an ABC News consultant and a senior fellow of the Witherspoon Institute. Her scholarship regularly treats current controversies about marriage, pa renting, and the new reproductive technologies.


US/ The White House and Sexualityism

Against what social science tells us about human happiness, the government is promoting sexualityism—a commitment to uncommitted, unencumbered, inconsequential sex—as the answer.

RIGHTS/ Equality versus Freedom?

HELEN ALVARE' comments on how lawmakers must look past the “equality versus religious freedom” standoff, and consider the substantive merits of each particular case.

CONSCIENCE PROTECTION/ Religious Freedom’s Contribution to the American Experience and Threats ...

Religious communities are an essential part of the fabric of America, even over and above the vital services they provide; we must protect their conscience rights against legal coercion.

ABORTION/ The Lazy Slander of the Pro-Life Cause

Studies offer proof that pro-life groups provide assistance to children and mothers throughout their lives, and do not care only about infants in the womb.

ABORTION/ Abortion Law is Family Law

Abortion law is usually seen as a matter of constitutional law. Is it time for that to change? Abortion wounds women in their motherhood and it is not simply a question between state and women  
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