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Clare Nowland laid to rest

Ninety-five year old grandmother and great-grandmother of 60, Clare Nowland, who died after being shot by a police taser, has been remembered at a...

Death is really all about living

By Tamara El-Rahi In October 2016, Fr John Flader was told that Ellie - a 15-year old girl who attended the school where he is...
Part of the absurdity of the various pieces of legislation about euthanasia is that they describe it as health care. Health care seeks to heal, cure, sustain and relieve suffering, yes, but not to kill. Photo:

Stand against death Bill: MP

As attacks on the dignity of human life escalate in NSW, a State MP has launched an ePetition in the latest attempt to stop...

British lawmaker David Amess’s death ‘a painful loss,’ says cardinal

He is the second English lawmaker to be murdered in five years.

Fr John Flader: Palliative Care Advice

Time spent with the sick and dying is invaluable. You are truly “remaining” with them, comforting them, showing them the love of Christ, giving them hope.

Peak health group rejects dying bill

Catholic providers in Tasmania will resist proposed law Catholic Health Australia has strongly rejected Tasmania's proposed euthanasia legislation and says its members in the state...

Dr Jeremy Bell: Are we really pacifists?

Last week in Terre Haute prison, IndiaCatechismna, three men were given lethal injections. Convicted murderers Daniel Lewis Lee, Wesley Ira Purkey and Dustin Lee...

Simcha Fisher: Words about death

We buried my father this month. He and my mother had bought plain Trappist coffins for themselves years ago, to spare us children the...

Margaret Somerville: Withdrawing artificial hydration and nutrition

Withdrawing artificial delivery of food and water to patients can be ethically complex It can be unethical to withdraw artificial hydration and nutrition and doing...
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