Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Boston’s Question 2

Over at the Corner, Wesley Smith posted a comment on Boston’s Question 2 (assisted suicide). You can find it here. Here was my response: Wesley, you write: “Pro-assisted-suicide activists often claim falsely that opponents want to force (Catholic) religion on … Continue reading

Posted in law | Tagged , | Comments Off on Boston’s Question 2

Must Try Harder (2)

Writing in The Wall Street Journal, a Roman Catholic priest, Tadeusz Pacholczyk, tries to throw in (I think) a little irony in support of his church’s campaign against assisted suicide: In the November elections, voters in Massachusetts will decide on … Continue reading

Posted in law | Tagged , | 10 Comments

For Misery in Massachusetts

Cardinal O’Malley (The National Catholic Register reports): Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston is leading a statewide fight to defeat the Death With Dignity Act, a November 2012 ballot measure that would legalize assisted suicide in Massachusetts. He has outlined the … Continue reading

Posted in debate, law, politics, Religion | Tagged , , | 1 Comment