When life is Ending..

Chisholm Health Ethics Bulletin 20 (2):5 (2014)
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Abstract

Ong, Caroline In the debate about euthanasia, it is important that we consider all views, including those which might not at first seem attractive to us. Whether we believe in God or not, the views of the Catholic Church make a significant contribution to this debate. The Church does not support the deliberate killing either of oneself or another person. It also emphasises our moral obligation to respect life and to uphold the dignity of each person.

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Caroline Ong
Loyola University, Chicago

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