- Jul 29, 2021
A new book from Charles C. Camosy, “Losing Our Dignity,” explores how the influence of secularized medicine is undermining fundamental human equality.
Spain’s bishops have criticized recent government initiatives on issues from euthanasia to LGBT rights.
In the Netherlands there seems to be a taboo on openly discussing the dark sides of euthanasia in the country. Dutch ethicists Theo Boer and Stef Groenewoud think it’s important to show those sides of the story as well.
England and Wales face “the very real threat” of assisted suicide becoming law, the bishops warned Catholics on the eve of the introduction of new bill to legalize the practice.
The German Medical Assembly, the annual meeting of the German Medical Association, has lifted the professional ban on assisted suicide.
New Mexico has become the latest state to legalize medically assisted suicide for terminally ill patients.
Canada’s Catholic bishops said the possible pressures the country’s new assisted suicide law will place on Canadians with mental illness or disabilities are “all too real, perilous and potentially destructive.”
Spain’s Catholic bishops have condemned the legalization of euthanasia in the country on Thursday.