How do we define dignity, especially in the face of certain death? And does dignity have any meaning outside of a relationship with other people?
In our pilot episode, we share the story of Ann Humphry as told by Rita Marker in her book, Deadly Compassion: The Death of Ann Humphry and the Truth About Euthanasia. We also explore the questions this troubling story raises for each of us.
This podcast is a production of the Archdiocese of Omaha as part of our commitment to living and sharing the mercy of Christ.
Omar Gutiérrez, Office of Missions and Justice
Whitney Bradley, Respect Life Apostolate
David Hazen, Communications
Very special thanks to our interviewee Rita Marker and to Spirit Catholic Radio for the use of their studio.
- The Denver Post editorial opposing Prop 106
- Lincoln Journal-Star article “Doctors oppose Chambers end-of-life proposal”
- Article on the euthanasia of a Dutch sex abuse victim in her 20s
- Patients Rights Council
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