(2/5) There is no biblical evidence for the condemnative stance of the Catholic church on the Dying with Dignity Bill.

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This is the second in a series of posts by Noel Byrne considering the Catholic church’s stance on End of Life choice as outlined in their Oireachtas submission to the Justice Committee considering the ‘Dying with Dignity’ Bill. If you missed the first post describing the negative impact the ‘Irish Bishops Conference’ has had on […]

(5/5) Why not voluntary assisted dying?

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This is the final in a series of blogposts telling my story of making my end-of life arrangements. If you missed the earlier posts catch up here!  In my last post, I completed the story of the Advance Healthcare Directive: what it is, how to fill it out, and who should know about it. In this […]

(1/5) Alan’s preparations for end of life.

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End of Life Ireland (EOLI) is a volunteer-led group seeking to foster conversation about end-of life issues. This introductory post is the first in a series of blog posts telling the story of our committee member, Alan Tuffery’s experience of making arrangements for the end of his life. Like most people, I suppose I avoided […]

End of Life Ireland

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End of Life Ireland has been established as a platform to open up the conversation about Death and Dying, to raise awareness of current and proposed legislation for the Dying with Dignity Draft Bill. This TEDx talk  shares Helen O’Shaugnessey’s personal and professional experience as a cardio thoracic nurse. Choice at end of life was not a […]