Read more about the support of Catholic lawmakers hereThis article from 2016 features the perspectives of prominent Catholic legislators in New Jersey who have broken with the Church to support a state bill that would allow medical aid in dying.

My wife chose to end her life after battling cancer. Now I fight for others to have that choiceBrittany Maynard’s Catholic widower, Dan Diaz, shares his wife’s experiences with navigating access to aid-in-dying, and discusses the Church’s opposition to medical aid in dying despite support among the Catholic community at large.

At Catholic Hospitals, a ‘Right to Life’ but Not a Right to DeathThis article discusses the conflict that arises in 5 states where medical aid in dying is legal, but is prohibited by Catholic hospitals.

Why this Catholic physician supports medical aid in dyingA Catholic physician attempts to dispel the myths associated with medical aid in dying that were popularized by the Church.

Terminally Ill, He Wanted Aid-In-Dying. His Catholic Hospital Said No.An individual suffering from terminal cancer sought to access medical aid in dying at the Catholic hospital where he was treated.

Medical Emergency: The Church-State Wall Has Collapsed When It Comes To End-Of-Life CareAn op-ed by Compassion & Choices’ President and CEO, Kim Callinan, on the lack of separation between church and state in health care and when navigating access to end-of-life care.