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Catholic Catechism for All
The Catholic position on this question [physician assisted suicide being legal] is clear, human life is a gift
from God. Therefore, as taught in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 2280, We are
stewards, not owners, of the life God has entrusted to us. It is not ours to dispose of.
~ Richard W. Smith (1959-04-28 age:58), Archbishop of Edmonton, head of the CCCB (Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops)
Smith freely admits his motivation is purely religious. He wants to force the Catholic catechism
on non-believers. Surely the constitution grants me freedom of religion and the freedom to reject
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Why Assisted Suicide
I have heard many people say You don’t need assistance. Do it yourself!
I don’t think these people have the tiniest clue what is like to be seriously ill. The thought of making a
cup of coffee feels like an Everest expedition. There is no way you can wrestle a helium tank and screw on the tap
for a gentle suicide. You could not even open a bottle of ginger beer.
They don’t have the mental energy to make a phone call, even if someone dials for them.
Because they cannot count on help, they must kill themselves way early while they are still both physically and
mentally strong enough.
~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:69)