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Loving care until the end

Taking care of her dying mother in her own home is something Melbourne woman Ingrid Kuebler never dreamed she could do.

Health leaders respond to NSW palliative care promise

Advocates welcomed a promised boost to palliative care funding in next week’s NSW budget but say more needs to be done to ensure it is widely available.

Sydney doctors warn against moves to legalise euthanasia

Urgent need highlighted for greater palliative care in NSW Sydney doctors and members of the Australian Catholic Medical Association specialising in the field of palliative...

Palliative care in crisis, key reports confirm

A new study and a Royal Commission have both called for urgent improvements in quality and access.

Monica Doumit: Stand firm against euthanasia

Another dodgy anti-life campaign is underway Happy New Year! While most of us took a break at the end of last year, to spend time with...

Euthanasia focus would be ‘tone deaf’

Proposed timing of a NSW euthanasia push is described as so inappropriate as to be “laughable”.

Innovative ‘cuddle beds’ for humane palliative care

Cuddle beds are an important initiative

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Dignity the key in handling death

When my grandmother was dying, our family was confused about the morality of giving or withholding certain treatments suggested by the doctors. Does the...

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.

Vatican clear on end-of-life care

Accompany yes, but no sacraments for those requesting euthanasia says the Holy See.
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