Tim BradleyFormer CLI Research Associate
Tim Bradley worked as a Research Associate with the Charlotte Lozier Institute. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 2016, studying theology, economics, and Constitutional Studies. At Notre Dame Tim served as Editor-in-Chief of the Irish Rover and as President of Students for Child-Oriented Policy, as well as serving as a Sorin Fellow at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture and a Fellow at the Tocqueville Program for Inquiry into Religion and Public Life. He was the 2016 recipient of the Notre Dame Theology Department’s Reverend Joseph H. Cavanaugh, C.S.C. Award. Tim is the sixth of eight children and currently resides in South Bend, Indiana.
Just two years ago, Canada’s Supreme Court decriminalized physician-assisted suicide (PAS) and euthanasia in its decision in Carter v. Canada. Now Canada is considering explicitly creating eligibility for PAS and euthanasia to those suffering from mental illnesses.
Catholic Psychiatric Hospitals in Belgium to Permit Euthanasia for Patients With “Hopeless” Suffering
A network of psychiatric hospitals operated by the Brothers of Charity in Belgium will now permit its patients to be euthanized, according to a statement from the board controlling the order’s medical institutions.
A bill prohibiting doctors from issuing prescriptions for drugs to cause abortion via remote video or telephone conference passed Utah’s House Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Standing Committee on January 30.
The doctor asked the elderly Dutch woman’s family members to hold her down while the fatal dose was administered. The woman was suffering from dementia and had previously affirmed that she wanted to be euthanized “at the right time,” but the determination
Women in the United States have possessed a broad legal right to abortion since Roe v. Wade and its companion case were handed down by the Supreme Court in 1973. Outside of the abortion context, though, the unborn child possesses broad legal
Kimberly Stinnett learned from her obstetrician on May 9, 2012, that she was pregnant. Stinnett called her doctor’s answering service just two days later when she experienced fever and abdominal cramps. Karla Kennedy, M.D., called back and told Stinnett to report to
A group of pro-life doctors and pregnancy help centers in Illinois was granted temporary relief on December 20 from the conscience-compromising aspects of an amended state law that took effect on January 1.
Jessica Duran underwent an abortion at Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO), an abortion center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in October 2012. Last week she filed a lawsuit against the abortion center and its licensed physicians in Second Judicial District Court for the County
A legislator in Indiana has announced plans to introduce a bill that would ban abortion in that state when its legislature convenes in January. In Texas, lawmakers introduced several pro-life measures on November 14, including a proposed amendment to the state constitution