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Top European human rights court rules countries can’t be forced to introduce assisted suicide

Jun 14, 2024

By Martin Barillas

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in favor of Hungary’s right to uphold its laws prohibiting assisted suicide,... Read more

A room at the former hospice facility run by the Delta Hospice Society in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. The Canadian government in 2020 ended a $1.5 million funding contract with Delta Hospice over the organization’s refusal to implement medical assistance in dying (MAID). Then British Columbian Fraser Health Authority terminated the property lease with Delta Hospice, which shut the facility down. 

Hospice leader in Canada promotes anti-euthanasia film: ‘My life’s work’

Apr 6, 2024

By Daniel Payne

The president of Delta Hospice Society is promoting a new film to raise awareness of the “predatory doctor-assisted suicide regime”... Read more

Pope Francis at the Wednesday general audience on Dec. 28, 2022.

Pope Francis laments new euthanasia law in Portugal on feast of Our Lady of Fatima

May 13, 2023

By Hannah Brockhaus

“I am very sad, because in the country where Our Lady appeared, a law to kill has been enacted,” Pope... Read more

Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia.

Pontifical Academy for Life responds to outcry over Archbishop Paglia assisted suicide comments

Apr 24, 2023

By Hannah Brockhaus

The Italian prelate’s statement that legalized assisted suicide is “feasible” refers to a “specific” proposed law in Italy, the Vatican... Read more