ETHICS: Homelessness

To be homeless is not simply to be without shelter, but to be deprived of the stable foundation and dignity which is basic for living life in all its fullness.

Ethics: Aid in Dying

The root theological problem is that “aid in dying” misconceives our life as something we own. But in fact my life is not my possession. My life is a gift; I am a steward of that gift, not an owner; and I am responsible for my stewardship.