Pandemic raises concerns about links between vaccination and abortion

Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, people around the world have been hoping for a vaccine. If one or more effective vaccines could be created, mass-produced and quickly rolled out, a huge amount of illness, disability and death would be prevented, burdensome restrictions on gathering and on travel could be lifted, and life would return more or less to normal.

Chesterton and the tragic mystery of suicide

One of the sad surprises that confronted me as an undertaker’s assistant—working with the police at the start of the coronial process—was the frequency of suicide, especially male suicide.

A good death: statement on the provision of high-quality end-of-life care

Death is part of our existence. Dying well is an important part of what it means to flourish as individuals and communities. We maintain that so-called ‘voluntary assisted dying’ (assisted suicide) is not dying well.

Sarah’s Story

At 19, I got pregnant. I was shattered, and so was my boyfriend. We thought it was the end of the world. But it turned out not to be.

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