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Irritable Bowel Syndrome could be grounds for euthanasia under legal loopholes

The anti-democratic subtext of Andrew Denton

The Australian reports “Denton tells church to get out of euthanasia debate” (11 August) and the ABC website that “Andrew Denton has lashed out...

Andrew Denton trying to exclude Catholic voices from euthanasia debate

TV personality Andrew Denton has launched an extraordinary attack on what he has described as a “subterranean Catholic force” preventing the legalisation of euthanasia,...

No, Andrew, we will not be silent on euthanasia

Andrew Denton has asked people of faith –and Catholics in particular – to get out of the way and allow himself and others to...

Exposing the truth in the persecution of Cardinal Pell

The atmosphere in Australia toward Cardinal Pell prior to and during his persecution was sufficiently toxic for any injection of foreign funds to facilitate a prosecution
Broadcasting Andrew Denton for close to 14 minutes, the ABC quoted only one line from the Archdiocese of Sydney. Photo: Bahnfrend/ Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0

Monica Doumit: It’s either bias … or stupidity

As you might know, a few weeks’ back, the Archdiocese published a series of short, 30-second information clips to social media about the impact...
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Order of Malta takes on big challenges

Ancient order considered pressing social issues during its national assembly in Sydney last week.

The hidden financial – and emotional – forces in play in the push for...

After TV journalist, Andrew Denton, had his famous “conversion” to euthanasia, he described his father’s last moments in harrowing detail. Likening Kit Denton’s final...

Catholic students get UNDA smarts at free speech event in NSW Parliament House

“I may not agree with what you say, but I would die defending your right to say it,” is phrase often used in discussion...

Margaret Somerville: Lessons from Indigenous wisdom in Australia’s euthanasia debate

Some time ago, I was a member of an ethics committee set up as part of the Nuclear Waste Management Organisation established by the...

Euthanasia has been a ‘disaster’ overseas, experts say as new push escalates

The practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide overseas has been a disaster, with so-called safeguards failing and doctor-assisted killing on the rise, and not...
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George Pell: the persecution of an innocent man

The cover photograph of Windschuttle’s book is memorable: it is of Cardinal Pell in handcuffs on his way to attend a hearing in the Victorian Court of Appeal on 5 June 2019

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