Bishop Barron: Euthanasia and the Culture of Death

Pope St. John Paul II used the term “culture of death” in his 1995 encyclical Evangelium Vitae to capture the secular world’s dark confluence of poisonous ideas and practices that lead—directly and indirectly—to spiritual and physical ruin. Sadly, we’ve seen the culture of death advance on many fronts. Today, we […]

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Euthanasia poisons people and society

Euthanasia cannot ultimately be restricted only to the few for whom nothing but death can eliminate suffering. Once medicalized killing becomes normalized, the death agenda spreads, objectifies those who want to die, and corrupts public morality in ways that should shock the human conscience.

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