Certain threads in the events of recent months suggest the hand of a skilled novelist.
It was, and is, the most controversial Catholic document of the past century, and perhaps of any century.
Cecily Saunders, who created the modern hospice movement, stood steadfastly against assisted-suicide legalization.
When you look at the studies of why people decide to commit assisted suicide or be euthanized, a consistent pattern emerges.
When New York Times columnist Frank Bruni isn’t driving me nuts, it’s usually because he’s on vacation from his (very well written) column.