Stories from the lived experience of the speakers took the place of policy discussions during Georgetown University’s first “Lives Worthy of Respect” conference Oct. 2.
The director of pro-life activities for the New York State Catholic Conference applauded the state’s highest court for unanimously determining that the state constitution does not include a fundamental right to physician-assisted suicide.
I’ve been thinking about her ministry in light of efforts over the last few years by proponents of physician-assisted suicide to pass a bill in the Minnesota Legislature legalizing the practice in our state.
MCC supports efforts to expand school choice, oppose assisted suicide, regulate commercial surrogacy and increase aid to poor families.
After more than three hours of emotional testimony March 16 from both proponents and opponents of a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide in Minnesota, the bill’s sponsor withdrew it from committee consideration, saying it wasn’t ready for a vote. The Minnesota Catholic Conference celebrated the move, but Jason Adkins, its executive director, said Minnesotans need […]