"How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? As always, we must persuade her with love." - BLESSED TERESA OF CALCUTTA

“God created mankind in his image; in the image of God he created them; male and female he crated them.” – Genesis 1:27

This blog is going to stand as a defense of life against the pains of physician assisted suicide and as a reminder of the vital fact that we are all made in the image and likeness of God. Since we are in the image and likeness of God we all have a special place in this world and everyone deserves to be loved and treated with the dignity they deserve. This blog will go through ways to get involved in the fight, what is physician assisted suicide, why it is vital to live with a deep love for all humankind, and saints whose powerful intersession can assist us in bringing appreciation to the dignity of all people.

Blog Posts

Powerful Prayers and Intercessions

In the Catholic Church, St. Dymphna and Saint Benedict Joseph Labre are two saints who lived with suffering from both mental illnesses and feelings that they did not belong. (Blog 4 of 5)
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The Need for Care and Welcome

As St. Pope John Paul II states, it is important for us to feel the authentic needs of others and to be able to feel empathy for those suffering. (Blog 3 of 5)
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The Frontlines of the Fight Against Physician Assisted Suicide

No matter what the situation a person might find themselves in, no human being is ever separated from their dignity from the moment of their conception to the moment of their death. (Blog 2 of 5)
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Why Do We Fight Physician Assisted Suicide?

(Blog 1 of 5) In society today there are many times we may feel that we are walking through the valley of the shadow of death. Death and suffering have become topics that are shameful, fearful and should be avoided at all costs.
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We need you to be an Advocate for Life with Dignity

Blog 5 of the series. Today we are on the frontlines in the fight for human dignity and we need all of the support we can get.
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