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Dying people deserve respect and care

AUSTRALIANS must look to “a genuinely compassionate response” rather than support the “lethal dose” of euthanasia, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference urged Catholics today. The Bishops requested Australian Catholics be educated on euthanasia “and the dangers it poses to society” with a new pamphlet titled ‘Real care, love and compassion – the alternative to euthanasia’. Since 2014, the Australian Bishops ... Read More »

Euthanasia and palliative care

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By RAY CAMPBELL IN Australia we seem to be  constantly debating the issue of euthanasia and assisted suicide. It is as if the proponents of euthanasia want to simply wear down those opposed, by simply shouting loud and long enough. But we also see various members of the medical profession coming out and speaking in favour of euthanasia and/or assisted ... Read More »

A legacy of care and compassion

A legacy of care and compassion

ST JOHN the Baptist Primary School, Gladstone held a memorial service on September 10 for principal Paul Daglish who died after battling cancer. Mr Daglish was principal at the school for three years. Acting principal Jakki Graham spoke at the memorial service and highlighted Mr Daglish’s dedication to the school. “We were blessed to have Mr Daglish as both our ... Read More »

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