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Anti-death penalty advocate honored with Hunthausen Award

Anti-death penalty advocate honored with Hunthausen Award

Marian Malonson has been fighting for social justice and against the death penalty for years. Still, she was stunned to learn she is the recipient of the 2015 Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen Humanitarian Award, given by Catholic Community Services of Western Washington.

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Whose Life Is It Anyway: Thoughts on Physician-Assisted Suicide

Whose Life Is It Anyway: Thoughts on Physician-Assisted Suicide

In college I wrote a medical ethics paper on a play entitled "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" That old paper came to mind recently when I learned that the campaign for physician-assisted suicide has been gaining momentum. The renewed push to legalize “aid in dying,” or “death with dignity,” as various groups euphemistically call it...

Sister Constance Veit

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A Catholic Home - What can you learn from an Easter egg?

A Catholic Home - What can you learn from an Easter egg?

A closer look reveals the humble egg as a symbol of new and glorious life