Bishop Larry Silva of the Diocese of Honolulu wrote a hard-hitting editorial about the new law legalizing assisted suicide in his state and raises serious questions about how it requires people to lie on death certificates and to insurance companies, how it disregards the eternal consequences of this choice and the guilt it imposes on families, and how it sends a dangerous message to youth that sometimes killing yourself is better than living.
Hawaii’s Governor David Ige (D) signed a new law into force that will allow terminally ill patients to end their lives by assisted suicide.
A 29 year-old newlywed who is dying of terminal brain cancer has decided to move to Oregon where she can end her life on her own terms and has vowed to devote the rest of her days on earth to fighting for the right of all Americans to access assisted suicide.
A stunning new report has found that around 16 percent of people who choose to die by assisted suicide at three right-to-die facilities had no underlying medical cause and were simply “weary of life.”
The culture of life prevailed in the state of Massachusetts on Tuesday night when voters opted to defeat a bill that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill.