Integral ecology

The debate on euthanasia continues

Rafael Miner-September 29, 2020-Reading time: < 1 minutes

The Spanish government's decision to move forward with the Organic Law regulating euthanasia highlights, once again, the need to promote an environment where the commitment to life and the care of the most vulnerable people is a priority. "Incurable", as the Spanish bishops have emphasized, does not mean "unquestionable".

Palabra has dealt on several occasions with euthanasia and the poor vision of man and his dignity that it reflects:

  • ForumWord about "What is dying with dignity? Perspectives on euthanasia and palliative care." (go to entry).
  • Letter Samaritanus bonus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (read document).


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