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Presentation by the Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience to Special Joint Committee on Physician-assisted Dying (PDAM)

From the Office of Communications and Public Relations, Archdiocese of Toronto:

Cardinal Collins addressed the committee on behalf of Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience, a group including the Archdiocese of Toronto, the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada, the Catholic Organization for Life and Family, the Canadian Federation of Catholic Physicians’ Societies, the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, and Canadian Physicians for Life. 1,628 more words

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Interview with Clay Jenkinson as Thomas Jefferson, Jan 16th 2016

I’m pleased to announce that the 33rd episode of the podcast is a super special one, as it’s Ordinary Philosophy’s first interview, and my distinguished guest is Clay Jenkinson, humanities scholar, author, and creator of the Thomas Jefferson Hour radio show and blog. 229 more words

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Ontario Government Consult on Physician-Assisted Dying

The following is an edited version of a communique from the Toronto Catholic Doctors’ Guild. After reading their summary of the Ontario Government’s public consultation on physician-assisted dying, please click on the link and follow the prompts to answer the survey. 379 more words

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Revisiting Some Thoughts on Liberty & Terror

Today has made salient a series of posts I wrote back in October 2002, reflecting on the status of rights in post Patriot Act America.  First, my employer evacuated my building for two hours today in response to false alarm about a possible bomb.   1,146 more words

Freedom of Conscience

The pharmacists who want “freedom of conscience” to refuse to fill legal prescriptions for women seeking contraceptive devices are no different from the diner owners who wanted “freedom of conscience” not to serve blacks. 242 more words


Unwavering obedience applies to thee, but not to me: 3 quotes about liberals & Kim Davis

I’m still on my Kim Davis kick, especially since it has such major implications for America’s future and the future of not only Christians, but also of Jews and other people with a good moral conscience in the U.S. 574 more words