The article was part of the periodical’s Jan. 15 edition, but was published online Jan. 13.
Results from Tag: 'assisted suicide'
COMMENTARY: The entire logic of “choice” in connection with euthanasia requires more flexibility than an Olympic gymnast.
If the island changes its laws, Jersey will be the first place in the British Isles to allow assisted suicide.
In their statement on Thursday, Austria’s bishops said that the constitutional court’s decision had “painfully called into question” the “broad social consensus that human life is to be protected until its natural end.”
More than 60 peers spoke against the bill during the debate.
Murdered British Pro-Life Catholic Politician David Amess Remembered for Building Bridges With the Holy See
Sir David Amess was always 'working on issues to strengthen ties,’ says former British ambassador to the Holy See Francis Campbell.
The Assisted Dying Bill, introduced in the House of Lords, aims to enable people deemed to have less than six months to live to seek death by euthanasia.
Pope Francis has described assisted suicide as part of a “throwaway culture” that offers a “false compassion” and treats a human person as a problem.
Massachusetts Advocates: Assisted Suicide Disproportionately Threatens the Poor, Disabled, and Minorities
According to palliative care physician Dr. Laura Petrillo, the legislation is “not appropriate for Massachusetts.”