Hospice in Crisis

By Wesley J. Smith Both my parents left this earth under the beneficent care of hospice professionals who kept them comfortable… Read More

2 months ago

MAiD Muscles into the Delta Hospice

By Peter Stockland Editor’s note. This article was published by Convivium. Peter Stockland You might think the middle of a global… Read More

2 years ago

Canadian Hospice faces eviction

Shuttered for Refusing Euthanasia  By Wesley J. Smith I have written here before about Delta Hospice in British Columbia, which… Read More

2 years ago

Delta Hospice Society Will Fight On in Face of a Disappointing ruling from British Columbia Appeal Court

Editor’s note. This statement was issued by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors of the Delta Hospice Society… Read More

2 years ago

Dying Naturally with Loving Care True “Death with Dignity”

By Wesley J. Smith Mom died of Alzheimer’s disease in my home after receiving months of excellent and truly compassionate… Read More

5 years ago

“My body did not want to let him go”: A far better solution to a “non-viable pregnancy” than aborting a baby at 24 weeks

By Dave Andrusko When you read or hear about parents being told their unborn child has a life-threatening chromosomal disorder,… Read More

7 years ago

Perinatal Hospice: When an Ultrasound Leads to Heartache instead of Happiness

By Tracy Winsor Editor’s note. This is Part Two of a series on Perinatal Hospice which appears on the webpage… Read More

7 years ago

Perinatal Hospice – Caring for a frail child in utero and those who love them

Perinatal Hospice Series Introduction By Kristina Twitty Editor’s note. This appeared today on the webpage of the Georgia Life Alliance,… Read More

7 years ago

Unexpected (and pleasant) fallout from a story on perinatal hospice

By Dave Andrusko We were very glad to be able to post yesterday about a story that actually treated perinatal… Read More

7 years ago

Perinatal hospice offers alternative to abortion in cases of babies unlikely to live long after birth

By Dave Andrusko What are the odds that a large “mainstream” newspaper would ever carry a story even marginally sympathetic… Read More

7 years ago

Support When it’s Needed Most

By Mathew Wagner, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation. This post is definitely the most personal…and probably the most painful…I will… Read More

7 years ago

Perinatal Hospice: a better response for all concerned to a tragic diagnosis

By Dave Andrusko As I have written before, my extended family has faced just about every difficult situation you could… Read More

7 years ago