Study guide encourages Anglicans to grapple with realities of medical assistance in dying

By Joelle Kidd January 4, 2019 “What does it mean to ‘be present’ to someone who is dying, and to ‘provide care’? What care do I want to experience when I am dying? Can I provide care for somebody who has very different values from mine?” These are some of the questions posed in a study … Continue reading “Study guide encourages Anglicans to grapple with realities of medical assistance in dying”

Study guide augments resource on medical assistance in dying

Study guide augments resource on medical assistance in dying By Matt Gardner on March 29, 2018 Facebook Twitter email A new study guide has been released to accompany In Sure and Certain Hope, the Anglican resource on pastoral and theological approaches to medical assistance in dying that was first released in 2016. Produced by a … Continue reading “Study guide augments resource on medical assistance in dying”

Study guide encourages Anglicans to grapple with realities of medical assistance in dying

By Joelle Kidd April 3, 2018 Created as a companion piece to In Sure and Certain Hope, the Anglican resource on physician-assisted dying, the study guide encourages groups to consider the topic in terms of pastoral response, rather than ethical debate. Photo: Saskia Rowley   “What does it mean to ‘be present’ to someone who … Continue reading “Study guide encourages Anglicans to grapple with realities of medical assistance in dying”