Magazine article The Human Life Review

About This Issue . .

Magazine article The Human Life Review

About This Issue . .

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. . . Francis Canavan, SJ, a longtime friend and contributor to the Human Life Review, would have been 100 years old on October 27-the day after our Great Defender of Life Dinner honoring Carly Fiorina. The Winter 2018 edition will include speeches and photographs from what was a delightful and inspiring evening; those who are interested can view a video of the speaking program on our website at www.humanlifereview.com. But I want to mention here Dawn Eden Goldstein's heartfelt introduction of Fun Is Not Enough, an anthology of Father Canavan's commentaries for the newsletter catholic eye, which she edited and graciously made available as a gift for dinner guests. The book, a testament to the special friendship the two enjoyed, can be ordered-print or digital format-through our website, and, thanks to the generosity of Ms. Eden Goldstein and Sebastian Mahfood of En Route Books and Media, all proceeds from its sale will benefit the Human Life Foundation. We reprint here a column from the collection (Appendix H, page 95).

There are many others to thank for material that appears in this issue, beginning with our friends at First Things, who gave us permission to reprint Mark Regnerus's "The Death of Eros" (page 45) and Wesley J. Smith's "Euthanasia for Alzheimer's Patients?" (Appendix C, page 84). Prof. Regnerus's new book, Cheap Sex: The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy, has just been published by Oxford University Press. Mr. Smith, a regular contributor to the Review, is the author most recently of Culture of Death: The Age of Do Harm Medicine (Encounter Publishing, 2016). …

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