Irving, Dianne N.
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Dr. Irving's professional activities include teaching positions at Georgetown University, Catholic University of America, and The Dominican House of Studies. She represented the Catholic Medical Association of the United States, and the International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations, at the Scientific Conference in Mexico City, Mexico, October 28, 1999 and presented a paper on "The Dignity and Status of the Human Embryo". Dr. Irving is a former career-appointed bench research biochemist/biologist (NIH, NCI, Bethesda, MD), an M.A. and Ph.D. philosopher (Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.), and Professor of the History of Philosophy, and of Medical Ethics.

See also: Dr. Irving's commentaries on this site.


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The Difference That Just One Word Can Make! Why Romanian Doctor's Synod Talk Was "The Best"

Summary: Amazing the difference that just one word can make! Note the following direct quote from Dr. Cernea's recent Synod address: "This ideology calls itself progressive. But it is nothing else than the ancient serpent's offer, for man to take control, to replace God, to arrange salvation here, in this world. It's an error of religious nature, it's Gnosticism. It's the task of the shepherds to recognize it, and warn the flock against this danger."

Date posted: 2015-10-25

Planned Parenthood and Human Fetal Body Parts: Sections of Main Legal Document

The concerns of the Center for Medical Progress as documented in their startling video involving Planned Parenthood's trafficking in human fetal body parts should also be viewed legally from the perspective of the main federal law governing such practices: the 1993 NIH Revitalization Act. Sections 111 and 112 of that Act are especially relevant.

Date posted: 2015-07-19

Updated References for Accurate "Language" Re "Human Being"/"Human Person"/"Personhood"

Paradoxically, there is a continuing epidemic in efforts by researchers et al to render some human beings as "non-persons", while at the same time a current epidemic by transhumanists et al to render some non-human beings and machines as "persons".  Either way, such linguistic deconstructions have deadly consequences for living innocent human beings (including adults) and their progeny.

Date posted: 2015-02-03