A misguided act of mercy for the few has become a right for the many

Aurelia Brouwers was physically fit but wanted to end her life due to mental illness

The Province was all but moribund until a sudden influx of novices

Cardinal Wim Eijk said the Pope should issue a document saying marriage is ‘one and unbreakable’

The number of dementia patients killed by euthanasia has risen fourfold over the past five years

The ‘right to die’ soon becomes a duty to die

Requests are increasing from people who are not terminally ill

William of Orange’s baton, lost during the 16th-century Dutch War of Independence, had been housed in a Jesuit convent in Spain

Bishop joins other Christian leaders in denouncing ‘exploitation of Christian culture’

Our task is difficult but urgent: to show that people who are old and ill nevertheless have value