End-of-Life Concerns: A Catholic Perspective
“The Catholic Church is firmly against desiring or intending to kill any patient,” writes Dick Sparks, C.S.P. “But that is not the same thing as a mandate to keep every “body” alive.” Scriptures and the Church agree that discontinuing a treatment or forgoing a surgery are perfectly reasonable options. And in this CareNote, Sparks provides discussion points for Catholic patients and loved ones to consider as they begin making end-of-life decisions.
By Dick Sparks, C.S.P.
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Sections include: “Understand what is ‘extraordinary,'” “Who is or should be the main decider,” “How do we live while dying?” “‘I have things I need to get settled first!'” and “‘I don’t want to be a burden to you,” and “Reflect on spiritual truths.”