Assisted dying: One Anglican family’s story

By Tali Folkins May 3, 2018 Family members gather with Carolyn Sitlington in mid-June 2016. With her, left to right, are: Judy Latam, Dave’s sister; Dave Sitlington; Nathan Watson, Dave and Carolyn’s son-in-law; Brian Latam, Judy’s husband; and Joe Mayo, Carolyn’s brother. Photo: Contributed     By the time 68-year-old Carolyn Sitlington was to be … Continue reading “Assisted dying: One Anglican family’s story”

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”