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Robert Assaf: Care neutralises euthanasia

Growing up in today’s society, the topic of suicide and mental health is at the forefront of the minds of governments and the public. Almost...

New NZ euthanasia push warning

Elderly will be most at risk if an assisted suicide bill is passed, says bioethicist.

Branka van der Linden: Euthanasia’s economics

Ending lives should never be the answer for ageing populations A self-confessed “progressively social liberal” writer and researcher who “proudly identifies as a disabled person”,...

Time for courage, compassion as dying law takes effect say bishops

By Marilyn Rodrigues and Natasha Marsh Victoria’s bishops declare they will not cooperate with euthanasia Victorians who oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide are now conscientious objectors...

Archbishop stands by anti-euthanasia video

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has hit back in defence of anti-euthanasia videos shared on social media by the Sydney Archdiocese after the content was...

Watch hard-hitting new euthanasia awareness campaign

The Archdiocese of Sydney has launched a hard-hitting social media campaign against assisted suicide as it becomes legal in Victoria this month. The video message...

Medics oppose Euthanasia laws

A group of leading palliative care specialists in Western Australia have promised to not kill their patients even if assisted dying laws are passed...

Monica Doumit: Catholic voters are a disgrace

Did the religious vote impact the results of the federal election? Did Labor’s indifference to, and sometimes open hostility towards, people of faith affect...

Catholic doctors take on AMA

Catholic doctors have expressed concern over the AMA's updated policy on the right of doctors to conscientiously object to certain procedures.

Understanding what it means to be human

With laws around the country being changed to support euthanasia, transgenderism and abortion, it is helpful to stop and consider what the Catholic tradition...

Monica Doumit: Regime of killing is claiming more lives

As I write this, the results for the New South Wales election have not been finalised, particularly as to who will be in the...

Walking 1500km to save lives

A group of young Australian Catholics are literally turning heads as they make a 1500km trek from Brisbane to Melbourne.
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