(5/5) The insistence of the use of the word ‘suicide’ in the Oireachtas submission of the Irish bishops.

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This is the fifth and final post 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 earlier posts describing the negative impact the ‘Irish Bishops Conference’ […]

(4/5) The Catholic churches attitude to suffering and how this influences End of Life choices in Ireland.

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This is the fourth 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 earlier posts describing the negative impact the ‘Irish Bishops Conference’ has had on […]

Committee on Justice to decide the future of the Dying with Dignity (DwD) Bill in the coming weeks.

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A recent Oireachtas report suggests there are legal deficiencies in the draft Dying with Dignity Bill that could result in yet another delay to introducing Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) in Ireland. It is our understanding that the Bill will be considered next week and subsequently a decision will be made on whether to proceed with […]

(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 […]