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The Pope and End of Life Choices

The death of Pope John Paul II exemplified the sense of peace one can experience at the end of life. After many years of declining health, when it became clear to him that imminent death was unavoidable, he requested to remain in his home overlooking St. Peter's Square rather than go to the hospital. Following His Wishes on Care …

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