- The market for brain death?
- ‘Abandoning the elderly is a form of euthanasia’
- They backed out of an abortion, and their ‘disabled’ baby was born healthy
- Pope Francis hails elderly, including Benedict
|The market for brain death?
“A silent and deadly epidemic is moving across America. No one is broadcasting it. No one is writing about it. Almost no one is even talking about it. But every day in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices across the country, more and more of our medically vulnerable loved ones are being euthanized.”
|‘Abandoning the elderly is a form of euthanasia’
Over the weekend, Pope Francis restated the importance of taking care of the growing number of elderly people across the globe. He said the lack of care and concern for the elderly is equivalent to euthanasia — because elderly person often die physically from neglect and face spiritual and emotional depression because their family may abandon them.
|They backed out of an abortion, and their ‘disabled’ baby was born healthy
Robyn and Adam Wilson were told their unborn baby might not survive and doctors advised them to have an abortion because their child was supposedly in a grave condition. Doctors said it was likely he would be born with a life-limiting illness and may have Down syndrome.
|Pope Francis hails elderly, including Benedict
A brilliantly sunlit St. Peter’s Square was the scene Sunday morning for a great gathering of senior citizens – and especially grandparents – who had come to Rome to be with Pope Francis, to exchange life stories and hear the Holy Father’s reflections on the importance, the struggles, and the beauty of life in the old age.