Major Christopher Galloway – In Memoriam

Major Galloway
Major Christopher Galloway
02/12/1973 – 06/30/2009

GALLOWAY, Major Chrisopher T. “Chris”. Age 36. Suddenly on June 30, 2009. Beloved husband of Shannon (née Campanelli) for 7 years. Proud and loving father of Nathan, Benjamin, and Lillian. Dear son of Sara and the late Lawrence, and brother of Erin Galloway. Also survived by his grandfather Don Azallion, and many loving cousins, friends, and all of his US Army brothers and sisters. Major Galloway heroically and proudly served his country in Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and had just recently returned home in April. Visitation Monday 3-9pm at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc., 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Instate Tuesday 10am until time of 11am service at Grace Christian Church, 33801 Van Dyke (just N. of 14 Mile Rd.). Interment with full military honors Wednesday 11am at Eastlawn Cemetery, Lake Orion. Memorial contributions are appreciated and will be used to establisih a trust fund for Major Galloway’s children. Please share memories with the family at their “On-Line Guestbook” at WujekCalcaterra.com

Visitations:
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons at 3 pm – 9 pm on Monday, July 6th

Services:
Instate: Grace Christian Church at 10am on Tuesday, July 7th
Grace Christian Church at 11am on Tuesday, July 7th

Memorials:
To the family to establish a trust fund for the children

Cemetery:
Eastlawn Cemetery
1060 Orion Rd.
Lake Orion , MI 48360

Church:
Grace Christian Church
33801 Van Dyke
Sterling Heights , MI 48312

Location:
Sterling Heights Location
36900 Schoenherr, Sterling Heights
(586) 826-8550

Please pray for Chris, his family and his friends.

Frozen Embryos

To give you some “headline news” this Monday morning on embryos — just to keep you thinking…. 🙂 Please, pray for them!

What Should We Do with the Frozen Embryos?
Fr. Tad Pacholczyk wrote this great article in The Boston Pilot. In summary, he states that there is not a clear moral resolution to this issue. He offers suggestions on how to reduce the number of embryos which are frozen. He states that while embryo adoption has not been morally condemned, it is still morally problematic and could contribute to the expansion of IVF/fertility clinic’s immoral practices. He makes the point that sustaining these embryos may not be extraordinary means, although unusual, and we may be morally obligated to sustain them in this way until they die of natural means. As always, Fr. Tad gives a well-reasoned, thought-provoking article which is well worth your time to read.

Dignitas Personae
The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has issued this instruction on the dignity of human persons, commenting particularly on certain bioethical issues. The three main sections are:
1. Anthropological, Theological and Ethical Aspects of Human Life and Procreation
2. New Problems Concerning Procreation
3. New Treatments which Involve the Manipulation of the Embryo or the Human Genetic Patrimony