Medical care at the end of life a catholic perspective paperback common by author david f kelly on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers siam and laos as seen by our american missionaries 1884. This pamphlet describes how someone might approach end of life decisions in light of the teachings of the catholic church we consider the redemptive nature of suffering the important difference between morally obligatory and optional means of conserving ones life the moral and legal status of advance medical directives and durable power of . For more information the national catholic bioethics center has an end of life guide available on their website for printing while state laws on the format obligatory content and witnessing required varies the center also has an information package that includes examples of an advance directive and a health care proxy ncbc end of life guide. For over thirty years david f kelly has worked with medical practitioners students families and the sick and dying to confront the difficult and often painful issues that concern medical treatment at the end of life in this short and practical book kelly shares his vast experience providing
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