Lawmakers in the District of Columbia in America are considering legislation that permits doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs to patients who are deemed mentally competent, have received a terminal diagnosis of six months or less and wish to end their lives.
Ukrainians condemn gay partnership plan
Ukrainian Church leaders have condemned plans by the country’s parliament to recognise same-sex partnerships under a series of constitutional reforms.
Archdiocese launches ‘Walk with Francis’
The Archdiocese of Washington has launched a “Walk With Francis Pledge” to encourage charitable work in honour of the papal visit.
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