An intriguing headline in very large type was spread across the top of a page in the National Post earlier this month.
A Catholic bishop is warning Canadians that legalizing assisted suicide last year has put the country on a path to a “new version of the horrible c
We could have predicted this: Canada may extend the “right to die” to the mentally ill. It’s an evil idea.
Last year, voters in Canada approved a Medical Aid in Dying law. The legislation allows physicians to help gravely ill patients end their lives.
Yesterday I read this “crazy” quote on a pro-life website, alleging that no babies with Down syndrome had been born in Iceland in the last five yea
A Dutch woman doctor who drugged an elderly woman and then asked her family to hold her down as she fought desperately not to be killed did not bre
Not since 2006 has the Supreme Court taken up a case involving “death with dignity” legislation — the handful of state laws that allow people to en
Pastor Rick Warren and Catholic Bishop Robert Barron will be featured speakers in a Webcast event on Thursday to discuss why assisted suicide is wr
A little over three years ago, I envisioned welcoming our baby daughter into the world with glee and celebration.
HBO’s Vice documentary series presented “Right to Die,” a 27-minute “debate” on assisted suicide.
The Cardinal of Toronto has spoken out against last week’s decision by the Canadian government to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide.
The newly released movie "Me Before You" features an ultra-rich, ultra-selfish playboy who after an accident becomes severely disabled, and despite
Ordinarily I’d avoid commenting much on a movie I hadn’t seen.
The California media are atwitter with my state’s new assisted suicide law.
The physician-assisted suicide bill that Gov. Jerry Brown signed last year will take effect in June, and some 30 U.S.
The National Center for Health Statistics recently announced that suicide rates in the United States are at a thirty-year high, up 24 percent since