On Sunday, April 3, St. Anthony's Parish In Lloydminster hosted the first in a series of conversations with the Archbishop about assisted suicide and euthanasia. If you missed it in person, you can still view the recorded webcast right here.

Special Guests for this session:

Kate Faught – Ms Faught is an associate with McLennan Ross LLP, specializing in estate litigation, planning and administration. In this session she reviews the current legal situation pertaining to assisted suicide and euthanasia in Canada.

Anna Voeuk MD, CCFP  - Dr. Voeuk worked as a rural family physician prior to completing her fellowship training in palliative care through the University of Alberta.  She currently works as a palliative care physician, and in this session explains the medical terminology used in discussing end-of-life issues.:

All sessions in the Every Life Matters Easter series include prayer, personal witness, teaching from the Archbishop, and time for questions and answers. Visit the ELM-Easter Series page for the full schedule.

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