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Kresta in the Afternoon – January 7, 2021 – Hour 2

The Euthanasia Cancer Spreads

The sanctity of life ethic has been largely abandoned in the West. Instead, many now adhere to the “quality of life” ethic, which holds that the value of one’s life is relative to one’s abilities, capacities, and state of health. Under the quality of life ethic, killing can me justified if it is seen to eliminate suffering. In the last year, several countries have used this philosophy to legalize or expand access to Euthanasia. We’ll talk about it with Wesley J. Smith.

Wesley J Smith

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The Euthanasia Cancer Spreads

Austrian Court Creates Right to Assisted Suicide

Dutch Doctors Can Now Drug Dementia Patients Before Killing Them to Prevent Resistance

Elderly Woman Euthanized to Avoid Anguish of Lockdown Loneliness

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Vocation and Creating Great Catholic Communicators (2 segments)

In the past, many Catholics restricted the idea of Vocation to those called to the priesthood or religious life. In recent years many of us have come to a better understanding that God has a plan and a vocation for all of us to help share the Gospel. Kevin Murphy joins us.

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy is Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Ave Maria University

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