• CAPAS Commercial: 6 Months

    Tahni Morell and her daughter Julia talk about the valuable time they spent with a husband and father despite a terminal prognosis. The inability for doctors to accurately predict end of life is one reason to oppose Question 2 on this year’s Massachusetts ballot.

  • CAPAS Commercial: Question 2 – Assisted Suicide

    Did you know that the most commonly prescribed medication in Oregon to commit physician assisted suicide is Seconal? And that you need to take up to 100 pills at once to commit suicide? And there’s no doctor present at the time? Learn more about why you should vote NO on Question 2 in Massachusetts www.stopassistedsuicide.org

  • CAPAS Commercial: Pharmacist

    Did you know if physician assisted suicide was legal in Massachusetts you or your family members would pick up the lethal dose at the local pharmacy? Vote No on Question 2 on November 6th in Massachusetts www.stopassistedsuicide.org

  • Cardinal Seán’s Homily

    Homily for October 28, 2012, the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Our task is to help prevent suicide” (English)

  • Cardinal Seán’s Homily

    Homily for October 28, 2012, the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Nuestra tarea es la de impedir el suicidio” (Spanish)

  • Cardinal Seán’s Homily

    Homily for October 28, 2012, the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Nossa tarefa é impedir o suicídio” (Portuguese)

  • Cardinal Seán’s Homily

    Homily for February 12, 2012. As Catholics we have the responsibility to defend the principle that each of us has the right to live each day until we are called to eternal life. Please know of my gratitude for all that you do to care for the sick and the dying in your parish to evangelize about this most serious threat to human dignity.Together, let us make the commitment to promote a culture of life and love in the name of our Lord.

  • Physician-Assisted Suicide Town Hall

    On October 3rd, Cardinal Sean O’Malley hosted a town hall forum on the matter of Physician-Assisted Suicide, which is on the ballot in Massachusetts this November. Watch and share! Spread the word on why we should vote no on Question 2.

  • CatholicTV: An Educated Guess

    Fr. Bob Reed of CatholicTV hosts this series of brief reflections on physician-assisted suicide.

  • CatholicTV: Palliative Care

    Fr. Bob Reed of CatholicTV hosts this series of brief reflections on physician-assisted suicide.

  • CatholicTV: No Psychiatric Evaluation

    Fr. Bob Reed of CatholicTV hosts this series of brief reflections on physician-assisted suicide.

  • CatholicTV: A Deeply Flawed Measure

    Fr. Bob Reed of CatholicTV hosts this series of brief reflections on physician-assisted suicide.

  • CatholicTV: First, Do No Harm

    Fr. Bob Reed of CatholicTV hosts this series of brief reflections on physician-assisted suicide.

  • CatholicTV: Interview with Fr. Tad Pacholczyk

    Fr Tad was on This is the Day to talk about Physician-Assisted Suicide and the Massachusetts ballot question that would legalize it.

  • Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary with Cardinal Seán

    Cardinal Seán O’Malley prays the Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary for the defeat of Massachusetts Ballot Question 2, which would legalize Physician-Assisted Suicide.

  • Life is Precious PSA

    One of a series of Public Service Announcements produced by the Diocese of Burlington, Vermont, titled “Life is Precious”. Used with permission.

  • Fr. Myles Sheehan, SJ, M.D.

    Facing the End of Life… Recovering Our Catholic Traditions. From a workshop held at the Pastoral Center in Braintree.

  • Rational

    Learn about three of the major flaws with ballot Question 2 in Massachusetts: no mental health evaluation, no family notification, and no doctor present when ingesting the lethal prescription. Learn more at www.stopassistedsuicide.org