Our Programs

WFL has developed a variety of programs for parishes and communities to educate people about the dangers of prescribed suicide and the pitfalls of advance directives, all of which have been well-received in a variety of parishes. Please let us…

Media Library

Getting the message out about the dangers of PAS is difficult in a world dominated by the Culture of Death. Witness For Life is creating a growing library of media to use on websites, social media, parish bulletins, posters, and…

Spiritual Matters

Because of our connections to each other, assisted suicide is far more than a personal decision. We open the door to accepting a doctor killing a patient. It will eventually lead to voluntary euthanasia, then to euthanasia by proxy, and…

News Updates

Fatal Flaws at St. Andrew Worcester

Should medical professionals have the legal right to end human lives? Are laws allowing assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path? Filmmaker Kevin Dunn (2019 Catholic Men’s Conference speaker) travels to the Netherlands, Belgium, the U.S.A., and Canada to…

Where Do Worcester County State Legislators Stand on PAS?

Massachusetts now has both a House (HD 171) and a Senate (SD 395) version of the PAS bill. Where do the Worcester County state legislators stand on this issue at this point? I have created both maps and lists of…

Witness For Life and Changes to the PAS Bill

Public testimony provided by Kris Correira, PA-C addressed an issue changed in the legislation filed in 2019. It eliminated the attack on religious freedom. In both 2017 and 2018, I publicly testified before the legislature regarding the dangers of the…

Bilingual Fatal Flaws

Witness for Life is happy to announce that we are having our first bilingual presentation of Fatal Flaws in Worcester at St. Andrew the Apostle parish! This showing is presented by Msgr. Scollen, the pastor of St. Peter Parish St….

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We Cannot Let Patients Kill Themselves

This article appears in the February 1, 2019 edition of the Catholic Free Press The Massachusetts legislature has once again introduced a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide (PAS). Deemed the “End of Life Options Act”, it seeks to make killing…

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Not So Subtle Coercion

The Guardian newspaper recently published an extensive and informative article on euthanasia and assisted suicide, Death on demand: has euthanasia gone too far? I have written about how coercion is a subtle yet powerful thing–here and now in the United…

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