The 84-year-old best-selling author says he has penned his last book. Here's why he's hanging it up.
(Crux) If Charlie had the right kind of mental capacities, he would not be being discarded in this way, writes Charlie Camosy.
(RNS) Losing is the one thing Donald Trump detests more than anything else.
(RNS) Congregations that have participated in The Conversation Project say they've been given permission to discuss a topic few want to talk about.
(RNS) Jewish, Christian and other religious leaders react to the death of the Nobel Peace Prize winner.
(RNS) Fans -- and a few who rejected her politics -- remember her.
If passed, it means that Californians will not have to move to another state, as Brittany Maynard did, to seek a legal prescription to end suffering from a terminal illness.
(RNS) Clearly, say those familiar with the pope’s thinking, he is enjoying himself and is willing to go on as long as God sees fit.
(RNS) Through the New York state's Task Force on Life and the Law, he helped shift the center of the medical universe to the patient.
(RNS) A new video from Compassion & Choices continues Maynard's campaign for right-to-die legislation.
Some say that there are "no atheists in foxholes"—that, when confronted with her or his own mortality, even the most ardent atheist suddenly becomes a believer. But a recent car accident reminded me of how my atheism fuels my appreciation for being alive.
(RNS) Reflecting on Sister Lillian’s life, I feel relieved of my fear of death. It’s not because I’m suddenly certain that there’s an after-life. Even Sister Lillian once remarked, “None of us knows what happens after we die. We just believe.”
(RNS) Fred Phelps' death lit up the Twitterverse. Here is a selection of tweets to mark the passing of perhaps the most hated pastor in America.
Perhaps the legacy of Fred Phelps is not his anti-LGTBQ activism, but that his life serves as a perfect example of the isolating effects of hatred.
(RNS) Caleb Wilde is an undertaker with a media presence tailor-made for the age of disclosure.