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Euthanasia ‘like a new pandemic’

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville says the spread of euthanasia legislation is like a slow moving pandemic.

Fr Flader: The life of Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Franz Jägerstätter was born on 20 May 1907 in St Radegund in Upper Austria.

Monica Doumit: The love that’s just too much trouble

Attitudes on end of life care reveal a double standard We have known for a long time that those who describe themselves as pro-choice when...

Case reveals coercion to die

Pro life advocates say QLD case reveals danger to vulnerable people if assisted suicide is legalised.

Federal grant for Sydney palliative experts

New project focuses on mental and emotional health Health and welfare professionals around the country will benefit from the work of a Catholic university and hospital in...

QLD assisted suicide debate reprieve

Advocates say that urgent health reform to support the dying with increased access to palliative care must come first.

Monica Doumit: How can this be a priority?

For what it's worth, I think Premier could use time better If I were an advisor to Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, I would suggest she...

Distress at dying law plans in Tasmania

There is strong opposition to proposed laws to be tabled in Parliament in September.

Brothers of Charity cuts ties to homes

Belgian order mourns the loss of 15 centres and its work with the mentally ill after euthanasia dispute.

Alarm at radical assisted suicide plan

Proposed law would extend access to persons without a definite prognosis.
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