Category: Assisted Suicide

Harvard Humanists and Catholic Teaching

One pleasant surprise at the Harvard Medical School annual bioethics conference, this year on prescribed suicide, was the discussion between doctors Lachlann Forrow and Tim Quill. Originally this segment was supposed to have Diane Meier, a Hemlock Society member from way back; instead, Forrow…

Harvard Annual Bioethics Conference 2019 Update

This Thursday and Friday, the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics annual conference is Controlling Death? The policies, practices, and ethics of choosing when we die. It’s all about assisted suicide. The cost is only $50 for both days, and that is for the…

Kevin Dunn at the Catholic Men’s Conference

Kevin Dunn started off the Worcester Catholic Men’s Conference, and it was a strong start. He gave a great talk about how we can be prophets of hope in today’s world. He told an amazing story about his personal live and discussed the highlights of his film, Fatal Flaws.