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GK Chesterton Tweets 6h
He can breathe on his own, he's in-and-out of consciousness, his eyes occasionally open. ...Dude's NOT dead. But he is being starved to death and denied water. French Court Rules Withdrawal of Food and Water in Vincent Lambert Case
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Fr. Matthew P. Schneider, LC Jul 11
Replying to @FrMatthewLC
Pope Francis said something regarding abortion that applies to intentional starvation like : “Last century, the whole world was scandalized by what the Nazis did to purify the race. Today, we do the same thing but with white gloves.”
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Ali Alexander Jul 13
Very sad. We battle the culture of death.
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Novus Ordo Watch Aug 1
He sends a video message for Cuba’s National Youth Day, but none to help save the life of and people like him. Says a lot.
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Tish 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Jul 12
Yesterday morning, Vincent Lambert passed away. A French state court decreed that, because he is mentally disabled, he should have his food and water taken away. After nine days, he lost the battle. He starved to death. Something is deeply wrong with France.
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Human Defense Initiative Jul 12
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Catholic Family News Jul 11
May the soul of , through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
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BreakPoint Jul 12
John Stonestreet and Warren Smith discuss Eareckson Tada's recovery from cancer--and her opposition to euthanasia. This led them to discuss the case of who died this week after a French judge allowed doctors to withhold hydration.
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Jenny Kitzinger Aug 9
Highlighting the importance of separating out questions of individual benefit/harm from questions of collective benefit/harm. on Irresolvable disagreement: the case of & the role of ‘dissensus’
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emme ✨ Jul 12
. This story is just awful & terrifying. My heart breaks for that mom, can’t imagine. Legal murder - What an evil world we live in. 9 days he died, no food or water. How evil and sick.
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Archbishop Paglia Jul 12
Together with all the Academy for Life and the St John Paul II Institute I pray for the repose of the soul of , his family, his doctors and all who have struggled to do right in this matter-a setback for humanity that prayer, courage and persistence will overcome.
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Fírinne (Truth) Jul 13
A street preacher was speaking about Vincent Lambert today on O'Connell street in Dublin. I couldn't stop to listen but he was outlining what happened.
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Audrey Seah Jul 22
Another loss for the disability rights and the disability community. Requiem in pace,
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