deliberate termination of pregnancy by killing the unborn child.
a small exclusibe party or set, a norrow coterie or circle
genocide; the destruction of a group of people based on ancestry or ancestral traditions i.e., religion, customs, etc
an action or an omission which, of itself or by intention, causes the death of handicapped, sick, or dying persons-sometimes with an attempt to justify the act as a means of elimination suffering
penal exclusion from the faith community intending to bring about reform and resulting in being forbidden to have any share in the Eucharist and all other acts of public worship and aacraments
life-sustaining forms of medical care that are either radicully painful, excessively expensive, doubtfully able to accomplish their designated objective, or radically burdensome.
legitimate defense by military force as noted
intentional killing of a person
one not invovled in a confliict (especially war), such as a civilian in time of war; one whose duties do not include fighting, such as a surgeon or chaplain.
forms of medical treatment given under the authority of a physician whicha re not radically painful for th e patient, not extremely expensive, readily abailable, and expected to achieve their designated clinical objective.
medical examination of the womb and child of a pregnant woman before she gives birth.
an attitude or behavior which leads another to do evil.
necessary protections of persons and societies that may result in the taking of life.
the willful taking of ones own life; a grievous sin against the fifth commandment.