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A brief but clear explanation of Church teaching on advance directives, euthanasia, and physician-assisted suicide with a Glossary of Terms.

Also includes an Advance Medical Directive and Health Care Proxy that conform to Catholic teaching on end-of-life care (rev. 2010)
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by Howard
on 5/21/2014
Well written and researched
This is a very helpful document. Hopefully at some point, by the grace of God, it will become allowable for the PDF version to be disseminated for the same price that the Gospel is.
by Gregory
on 2/12/2013
Nothing is Free
It costs money to print anything. So why would anyone expect this to be free? If you print out 20 pages on your printer and you include ink and paper, it certainly is not free. I think $2.50 is reasonable. Not to mention all the work that went into preparing this document. BTW it needs to be periodically updated, and that requires new printing and obsoleting any excess stock. 
by Carolyn
on 11/24/2012
Sad State of Affairs
It is a sad state of affairs when one must PURCHASE a "guide" in order to obtain useful documents i.e., a Catholic "Advance Medical Directive" and a Catholic "Health Care Proxy" to make certain that one's own death or the death of a loved one is in keeping with the teachings of the church.  SHOULDN'T THIS INFORMATION BE FREE?????   
by Mark Doherty, M.D.
on 9/17/2012
A Must-Have
A very well written, complete, and clear illustration.
A "must-have" for all adult Catholics.
Clearly outlines how Catholic patients should think, expect and act in any healthcare situation. Also delineates how faithful Catholic practitioners should treat their patients. Should be at the side of all Catholic healthcare workers!
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