Care at the end of life: Understanding the terms
Care at the end of life: Our view of God impacts our view at end of life
The church and the end of life
Death for most is with family: peaceful and painless
Caring for Someone at the End of Life
End of LIfe Care: Palliative or Hospice?
Have we lost hope in God?
Pastoral Care for the Seriously Ill and Dying
The Gifts of Dying
Articles on suffering
Helping others with chronic diseases and why it matters
Quality of Life and a Life of Quality
Articles on Euthanasia & Infanticide
A "New Day?" or Journey Into Night?
Dignity and Dying: A Christian Appraisal
Press release regarding infanticide; Peter Singer
Statement opposes euthanasia: "Always to Care, Never to Kill"
Terri Schiavo rescued from starvation
Who was Nancy Cruzan? Who is Christine Busalacchi?
Links to other pro-life resources on end of life
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National Right to Life Committee
Web page on Euthanasia
The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity
CBHD exists to help individuals and organizations address the pressing bioethical challenges of our day, including managed care, end-of-life treatment, genetic intervention, euthanasia and suicide, and reproductive technologies… Recognizing that biblical values have exercised a profound influence on Western Culture, the Center explores the potential contribution of such values as part of its work.
Lutherans for Life
Web page on End-of-Life Issues
Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities
National Conference of Catholic Bishops
3211 4th St. NE,
Washington, D.C. 20017
A Guide to Caring for A Loved One with Dementia
None of us want to think about getting older or what might happen to us as we age. Conditions like Dementia are a sad fact of aging, and many people feel helpless when they see a loved one change beyond recognition. Here is a very worthwhile guide on understanding and caring for a family member who has the condition.