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End Of Life


Some of the many resources available on this issue are listed below. You may also use the Buscar / Search feature to find other material. Please contact us, using the link on the far upper right corner of this page, if you need further information.

Assisted Suicide
Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: Beyond Terminal Illness
Bishop Matano on Assisted Suicide in Vermont
Bishops' Statement: To Live Each Day
Caring for Each Other, Even Unto Death
Euthanasia Statement
Guidelines for Legislation on Life-Sustaining Treatment
Hope for the Journey: Meaningful Support for the Terminally Ill
John Paul II: Dying with Dignity
Killing the Pain Not the Patient: Palliative Care vs Assisted Suicide
Moral Principles Concerning Infants with Anencephaly
Oregon’s Assisted Suicide Law: What Safeguards?
Oregon's Assisted Suicide Law: What Safeguards?
Physician-assisted Suicide: The Wrong Approach to End of Life Care
Prayer Resources
Q&A on Nutrition and Hydration for Patients in a "Vegetative State"
Statement on Uniform Rights of the Terminally Ill Act
Suicide and Assisted Suicide The Role of Depression
Suicide and Assisted Suicide: The Role of Depression
Suicide Palliative Care
The Quality of Life: Who's to Judge
To Live Each Day with Dignity
To Live Each Day with Dignity with Links
Webinar PowerPoint

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