11.5
Brittany Maynard’s Death: Does Suffering Have Spiritual Meaning?

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Brittany Maynard
The Catholic Church and most of the world’s religions teach that there is spiritual meaning in suffering and that life is God’s to give and take away. In short, they oppose euthanasiaBrittany Maynard‘s physician assisted suicide has re-ignited a conversation about suffering and end of life issues. Read more from Crux here: Brittany Maynard’s Death: Does Suffering Have Spiritual Meaning?

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10.13
Misc: The Last Right

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Brittany Maynard Drugs

The Catholic Church espouses a seamless garment of life, from conception to natural death, and opposes physician assisted suicide. Ross Douthat writes in The New York Times about Brittany Maynard’s public decision to end her life, and why euthanasia’s advance has been slow in the United States. Read it here: The Last Right

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4.19
On Dying Well

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Jessica Keating writes in America about Brittany Maynard and the pro-euthanasia “death with dignity” movement. She writes, “Not all narratives are equal, and there is another narrative . . . in which suffering unto death can be penetrated and transfigured by the mystery of love.” Read it here: On Dying Well

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