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More than 100 killed in South Australia euthanasia scheme’s first year

Numbers expected to increase in South Australia, as ACT prepares to introduce nation's most extreme voluntary assisted dying scheme

ACT Human Rights Commission pushes dying laws for youth and those...

The Australian Capital Territory Human Rights Commission is pushing hard for children, teenagers and people who lack capacity to give consent at the time...

Updated: Court ruling on telehealth euthanasia ‘win for commonsense’ says Bishops’...

A Federal Court judge has ruled that euthanasia by telehealth is illegal, a decision welcomed by Bishop Timothy Harris of Townsville

‘Not right’ for Catholics choosing VAD to receive Eucharist, bishops advise

Catholics seeking euthanasia should not receive the anointing of the sick and the Eucharist said Australian Catholic Bishops.

Tough year for ‘battle-weary’ Catholics

As Australia’s politicians prepared to close up shop, there were a number of developments of note to people of faith.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: Voluntary Assisted Dying divides us into two...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: As euthanasia comes into effect in NSW, I call on lawmakers to give us legal space to provide compassionate care

Brigid Meney: Euthanasia vs the Good Samaritan

Voluntary Assisted Dying Laws commence operation on 28 November, making interventions designed to end a life, legal in New South Wales.

VAD palliative care concerns

Questions raised by Catholic MLC Susan Carter have revealed concerning plans for the co-delivery of palliative care and Voluntary Assisted Dying in NSW health districts when VAD comes online on 28 November.

Canada now in euthanasia freefall

Horrifying new statistics from Canada’s euthanasia regime have prompted further warnings from pro-life groups, with NSW’s own voluntary assisted dying (VAD) own scheme less than a month from commencement.

Monica Doumit: Thank God for Catholic media, or we’d never know...

With wall-to-wall euthanasia on the verge of being implemented across the country, you’d think that journalists would be looking to hold Australia’s governments to account.

Notre Dame wins uni debating cup

University debating isn’t usually a matter of life or death, but for the finalists of this year’s Archbishop’s Debating Cup the stakes were very real when they took to the podium to argue whether Catholics should get out of healthcare rather than comply with NSW’s looming euthanasia scheme.

ACT euthanasia for teens as young as 14

The ACT Government is poised to introduce draft assisted suicide laws this year with a push for teenagers as young as 14 to be allowed to access the system.
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