Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Death discussed over beers

People being killed in their own homes

Dr. Nick Pavlovsky. PM photo by Frank Flegel

The B.C. Catholic has a story by Frank Flegel of the Prairie Messenger about a euthanasia discussion that took place over a few pints at a Regina pub:

Evil and the culture of death thrives because good people do nothing.

Variations of that phrase have been around ever since Irish politician and philosopher Edmund Burke first uttered them in the 1700s. They were heard again March 16 in the Theology on Tap euthanasia lecture delivered by Dr. Nick Pavlovsky to a group of Catholic young adults.

Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.
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