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Topic: assisted suicide

How a paralysed man came to see that life is worth living

Having lost everything, a French widower found comfort and revelation in St Paul

Dawkins has done us a favour by highlighting how dangerous our culture of ‘choice’ really is

If a world cleansed of imperfections is what we wish for then Dawkins, with his Down’s Syndrome outburst, has shown us the way.

This is what we must do to avoid looking cruel in the assisted suicide debate

What I learned from talking to passers-by outside Parliament as peers debated the Assisted Dying Bill

Today’s Catholic must-reads: 16/07/14

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Polly Toynbee’s definition of a “good death” is a disturbing one

If assisted suicide is legalised we must hope doctors don’t share Polly’s point of view

Assisted suicide is not really about compassion: it’s all about money

We’re running out of cash to care for a rising number of elderly people. That is why we are talking about ‘assisted dying’

Parishes to hold Holy Hour on eve of assisted suicide debate

Bishop Egan says Falconer Bill would usher in a ‘catastrophic collapse of respect for human life’

Baroness Hollins: ‘Assisted Dying Bill a threat to the mentally ill’

Lord Falconer’s proposed change to the law will be debated next week

British high court rejects challenges to assisted suicide laws

A majority of judges felt it was better for Parliament to decide on the legality of assisted suicide

Apostolic Nuncio: Church must make its voice heard in opposing assisted suicide bill

Archbishop Mennini expresses concerns in speech to Bishops’ Conference