The Pontifical Academy for Life began its 16th plenary meeting Thursday afternoon under the theme of "Bioethics and Natural Law." The sessions of the congress will seek to "regain" an understanding of natural law.
President of the Academy for Life, Archbishop Rino Fisichella, told Vatican Radio before the start of the gathering that the assembled members of the Academy for Life would be seeking to confront the different positions on the theme and to "regain that common denominator that is found in natural law and that ... isn't an invention of the Catholic Church.
And nothing else is happening there. Nope. Not one single teeny thing.
The "different positions on the theme" is not all they're looking to confront, lemme tell ya.
Hey, mainstream Catholic media!
Here's a hint for y'all. You don't get to be a relevant news source by re-issuing press releases.