Archbishop Julian provides thoughts on renewed calls for euthanasia legislation in the Tasmanian parliament, and offers a positive Christian alternative which promotes a “good death” for those at the end of their life.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher and Sr Miriam Caritas of the Sisters of Life explore why the Church stands for life and challenges in bioethics.
Commenting on recent Planned Parenthood videos, Bishop-elect Robert Barron explains how a culture which has forgotten God leads to a culture of death.
In this talk, Professor Margaret Somerville provides an analysis and rebuttal of eight arguments for euthanasia found commonly in discussion on the topic.
In this edition of Conversations with Catholic Voices, Daniel Nour and Daniele Lupi discuss some common objections to the Church’s teachings on the issue of ‘voluntary’ euthanasia.
Archbishop Julian reflects on Blessed John Paul II’s Evangelium Vitae, urging us to build a culture that upholds the sanctity of life from the moment of conception to its natural end.
In this public lecture for the Centre for Faith, Ethics & Society, Professor John Finnis confronts two of the great moral and legal issues of our time: euthanasia and same-sex marriage.
In this talk presented in June 2011, Dr Gregory Pike reviews the meaning of human dignity, the underlying ideologies and drivers behind the euthanasia movement, the state of the issue in Australia, and the experience of legalised euthanasia internationally.