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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Upcoming Events from The NCBC

The National Catholic Bioethics Center's Director of Education, Father Tad Pacholczyk, will be quite busy this month as he represents the NCBC at a number of public events. Please, feel free to take a look at what's coming up and consider attending! 

On Saturday, April 20th, Father Tad will be the keynote speaker at a spring luncheon sponsored by Liferight of Watertown, New York.

Father Pacholczyck will give two talks. One on Loving those who are handicapped followed by Dealing with End of Life Issues.

For more information, click HERE

On April 23rd, Father will be part of a symposium on planning for end-of-life crises in the family. The event will be held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.

For more information, click HERE

The very next day, April 24th, Father Tad will be in Rosemont, Pennsylvania giving a radio interview about embryonic stem cell research with the In His Sign Radio Network from 5 to 6 P.M. Eastern Time.

You can tune in to the interview online by following the links at their website.

Thank you for your hard work, Father Tad! Good luck and safe travels!


  1. Father Tad is the end of life decisions made by the patient and family more important than the doctor and the hospitals or it the value equal?

  2. Thank you for your comment, Red Sonja. These are exactly the types of questions we love to help with!

    If it's not too much trouble, please e-mail your question to Father Tad's assistant:

    This way we can have your e-mail and ensure you get a quick and confidential response!

    Your question is an interesting one, thank you again for asking. Perhaps, if the answer is general enough, we can have Father Tad post about it on the blog as well!