Pope John Paul II Quote

The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when it takes the form of a murder committed by others on a person who has in no way requested it and who has never consented to it. The height of arbitrariness and injustice is reached when certain people, such as physicians or legislators, arrogate to themselves the power to decide who ought to live and who ought to die.


The Encyclicals of John Paul II (ed. 1996)

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The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when it takes the form of a murder committed by others on a person who has in no way requested it and...

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The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when it takes the form of a murder committed by others on a person who has in no way requested it and...

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The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when it takes the form of a murder committed by others on a person who has in no way requested it and...

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The choice of euthanasia becomes more serious when it takes the form of a murder committed by others on a person who has in no way requested it and...