Our Witness for Life programs on 1230 Emmanuel Radio are available on demand through their website. One you know where to find them, this is a great option for listening to our programs. Whether you are on a computer or your smart phone, from the main page click on Listen Live. Smart Phone Click on…Read more »
“Infanticide is illegal everywhere in America.” So repeated Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) when asked why babies born alive after a botched abortion could not receive healthcare. In 1915, Baby Bollinger was born paralyzed on one side, with one ear not functioning and the other missing the outer portion, and his cheek attached to his shoulder.…Read more »
Witness For Life and Emmanuel Radio have produced the first in a series of radio programs called simply Witness For Life. A new program will be developed each month and aired throughout the month. You can hear it Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 8 pm and Saturdays at 7 am and 6 pm. The first…Read more »
One pleasant surprise at the Harvard Medical School annual bioethics conference, this year on prescribed suicide, was the discussion between doctors Lachlann Forrow and Tim Quill. Originally this segment was supposed to have Diane Meier, a Hemlock Society member from way back; instead, Forrow opposes PAS and has testified against its legalization. We were treated…Read more »
This Thursday and Friday, the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics annual conference is Controlling Death? The policies, practices, and ethics of choosing when we die. It’s all about assisted suicide. The cost is only $50 for both days, and that is for the lunch provided both days. When I first registered for this event…Read more »
Kevin Dunn started off the Worcester Catholic Men’s Conference, and it was a strong start. He gave a great talk about how we can be prophets of hope in today’s world. He told an amazing story about his personal live and discussed the highlights of his film, Fatal Flaws.
Security is both a feeling and a reality, and they don’t always match. Security Theater is when you make things look safe in order to make people feel safe even if they are not. One of the supposed “safeguards” in assisted suicide laws relates to patients that may be depressed. This is usually optional and…Read more »
This article appears in the February 1, 2019 edition of the Catholic Free Press The Massachusetts legislature has once again introduced a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide (PAS). Deemed the “End of Life Options Act”, it seeks to make killing oneself just another end-of-life option to be provided by a doctor. It is a further…Read more »