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  • Germany Contacts - Opposed to Euthanasia
    Germany Contacts Under Construction August 2009 Return to the Euthanasia Home Page

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/germany2.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Holland Contact - Opposed to Euthanasia
    DOCTORS WHO RESPECT HUMAN LIFE President Dr K F GUNNING Holland World Federation of Doctors who Respect Human Life Serruyslaan 76 B 8400 OSTEND Belgium Europe fax 011 32 59 70 74 46 e mail addresses Philippe Schepens ping be

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/holland.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Latin America Contact - Opposed to Euthanasia
    HUMAN LIFE For Latin America Dr N M GREGORINI Argentina Regional Coordinator Contact care of World Federation of Doctors who Respect Human Life Serruyslaan 76 B 8400 OSTEND Belgium Europe fax 011 32 59 70 74 46 e mail addresses

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/latin.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Euthanasia Information Polish
    For inquires on euthanasia in the Polish language contact Via E Mail winkler friko onet pl Address Andrrez Winkler J Pod Wilem F 44 203 Rybniu Poland Return to the

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/polish.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Spain Contact - Opposed to Euthanasia
    WHO RESPECT HUMAN LIFE Vice President Prof Dr G HERRANZ Spain World Federation of Doctors who Respect Human Life Serruyslaan 76 B 8400 OSTEND Belgium Europe fax 011 32 59 70 74 46 e mail addresses Philippe Schepens ping be

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/spain.html (2016-02-14)
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  • Pro-Life Council - Frank Caggiano
    of euthanasia How can we as Christians hope to reverse this culture of death How can we restore the dignity and respect that human life deserves It seems to me that the Christian struggle to protect life must begin by answering the question Who do you say that I am The Christian commitment to protect and respect human life comes directly from the identity of Jesus Christ We defend human life because we believe Jesus Christ to be true God who took on a true humanity Jesus is the divine Son who assumed a sinless human life so that what he assumed might be saved from the effects of sin and death Christ as true God changed every human life by becoming a man like us in all things but sin In other words every man woman child and fetus is of infinite value because the divine Son assumed a human life in the Incarnation The Incarnation has changed humanity in two ways First Christ has restored the divine image of our creation To be made in the image and likeness of God means that all our human abilities and talents reflect the qualities of God Our reason freedom and love reflect the infinite wisdom absolute freedom and perfect love of God Sin deformed the divine image within us robbing our natural gifts and abilities of their power and beauty Since we are not able to heal ourselves from sin it was necessary that humanity receive a new start This new start came when the Son assumed a human life He restored us to our original glory as the image of God in the world As such each human being is of inestimable value because each of us has been restored as a living mirror into the life of God

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/cagg.html (2016-02-14)
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  • FAITH PERSPECTIVE COLUMN - Father David Q. Liptak
    Oath unrevised version one must add The Court cautioned here against blurring the time honored line between healing and harming That line derives its validity not from its ancient observance but from ethical norms which transcend and consequently govern the art and science of medicine One of these norms is fundamental to a physician s practice namely Primum non nocere First do no harm I would have liked to have seen this explicitly stressed in the court s decision Fourth this is quite interesting Judge Rehnquist s opinion formerly grants an interest in protecting vulnerable groups including the poor the elderly and disabled persons from abuse neglect and mistakes Whereas a lower court had dismissed the State s concern that the disadvantaged might be pressured into physician aided suicide as ludicrous on its face the Supreme Court ruling acknowledged the real risk of subtle coercion and undue influence in end of life circumstances Last the Court granted that the consequences of allowing as Constitutional doctor assisted suicide could mean that every man and woman in the United States must enjoy it Thus the slippery slope of an unethical judgment would be magnified many times The existentialist philosopher Albert Camus averted that very first philosophical question is Should I or should I not commit suicide Yet as philosopher Ralph McInerny has responded To discuss it this question is already to answer it in the negative In other words knowing the answer is more important than dispatching oneself and one s ability to ask When Socrates one of the world s truly original thinkers was advised to thwart the executioner and take his own life he retorted that he did not own himself on the contrary he was of God Life was for him a gift from God hence his power over

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/liptak.html (2016-02-14)
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  • WHAT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH TEACHES ON ASSISTED SUICIDE
    died of pancreatic cancer in November 1996 Cardinal Joseph Bernardin petitioned the U S Supreme Court not to create a right to assisted suicide I am at the end of my earthly life he wrote and as one who is dying I have especially come to appreciate the gift of life Catholic social teaching has been our Church s best kept secret said Father Mark J Brummel Editor of Claretian

    Original URL path: http://euthanasia.com/cathbook.html (2016-02-14)
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