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3 things you can do right now in the wake of parliament passing the End of Life Choice Bill

By now you most likely have heard the news that a majority of politicians voted in favour of the End of Life Choice Bill on Wednesday night.  Needing 61 yeas to pass, 69 did so, while 51 stood up for true dignity…

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New Zealand Parliament passes euthanasia bill, public referendum last hurdle

This article was originally published on LifeSiteNews. WELLINGTON, New Zealand, November 14, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – New Zealand’s parliament passed a highly contentious Bill legalising euthanasia and assisted suicide on Wednesday night.  The public will now be asked in a referendum…

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Remembering Saint John Paul II the defender of life and family

“A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members; and among the most vulnerable are surely the unborn and the dying.” Address to the New Ambassador of New Zealand to the Holy See May…

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Dr Colin Harte: Prioritising the most vulnerable

“When it comes to protecting human beings we can make no concessions, no compromises, because when we give up on the least, we give up on all of us.” Total, uncompromising protection for all human beings, from conception to natural…

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A critical look at the End of Life Choice Bill

Although there have been several attempts to legalise euthanasia and/or assisted suicide through member’s bills over the years, it has been more than a decade since draft legislation was last debated in the House. David Seymour’s End of Life Choice…

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St John Paul II, Pope of the family

This last weekend was historic. It has been described as the day of 4 Popes. Pope Francis canonised two of his predecessors, Pope John XXIII and John Paul II, while Pope emeritus Benedict XVI was present.For us in the pro-life…