A Will to Live: Clear Answers on End of Life Issues  -     By: Jose Gomez
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Archbishop Jose Gomes, renowned expert on death and dying issues, explains what every Catholic needs to know in order to effectively and morally prepare for the inevitable death of our loved ones and even ourselves. With changing values and modern medical technologies to deal with, this booklet explains how to approach end-of-life issues and prepare for death in a way consistent with our Catholic faith. Topics include: what dignified death means to a Catholic, why euthanasia is murder, what the culture of life really means, whether a Catholic should have a living will, which medical practices are immoral, Pope John Paul II's criteria for ordinary vs. extraordinary means, and what is morally mandated for palliative care.

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ISBN: 193031406X
ISBN-13: 9781930314061
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Archbishop Jose Gomes, renowned expert on death and dying issues, explains what every Catholic needs to know in order to effectively and morally prepare for the inevitable death of our loved ones and even ourselves. With changing values and modern medical technologies to deal with, this book explains how to approach end-of-life issues and prepare for death in a way consistent with our Catholic faith. You will learn the answers to these important issues and more: What dignified death means to a Catholic. Why euthanasia, even if well intended, is murder. What the culture of life really means. Whether a Catholic should have a living will . Which medical practices are immoral. Pope John Paul II s criteria for ordinary vs. extraordinary means. What is morally mandated for palliative care.

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