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Saturday, April 13, 2024

Murdered by Hospice and Hospitals: It's Happening Before Your Eyes!

Sr. Philip Burle, murdered!
I read years ago about elderly patients in the Netherlands who feared they would be euthanized if they went into the hospital. It was a reasonable fear. "Termination of life without request" is not a rare situation. It is increasing in every country that promotes assisted suicide. And too often the deliberate murder of the patient is involved even when they desire to live. 

The Bioethics Observatory of the Catholic University of Valencia has a number of alarming articles exposing the increasing incidence of deliberate euthanasia of patients. You can read some of them here. While the high profile cases make the news, most of those hastened to the morgue are invisible.

Sr. Dede Byrne saw her close friend, Sr. Philip Marie Burle, medically murdered. She vowed to expose what happened and worked with others to create a film outlining the last days of Sr. Philip Marie. Watch the trailer No Mercy: The Catholic Culture of Death. You can also request to join the group, Murdered by Hospice. More and more families are experiencing the government-incentivized murder of their loved ones by stealth euthanasia. Please share information about this documentary with others, especially those with loved ones in nursing homes or hospice. 

When my mother was dying we used home hospice and had a positive experience, but I was in total control of the administration of drugs and oversaw all the visits. She did not have a DNR. I gave her almost nothing in the kit Hospice provided except for an occasional pain patch. She never complained, but I could tell when she was in pain and encouraged her to use the patch for relief.

There is little dignity these days for the helpless even in Catholic settings where one would expect it. The deliberate murder of Grace Schara, a 19 year old with Downs Syndrome, was an egregious of not only her rights, but those of her family who tried to save her. Unfortunately, in the culture of death, the deck is stacked. Grace's father has filed a civil case against the hospital and medical personnel which is scheduled for trial in November. He hopes her death will not be in vain as he struggles to expose the evils of a rogue medical profession that long ago abandoned the Hippocratic oath to "First do no harm." 

I hope this documentary is spread far and wide. God promises that all things work together for good to those who love Him and serve according to His purpose. This film is an act of love. May it awaken many to be more vigilant in protecting their loved ones.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us.

Our Lady, Help of the Sick, pray for us.

St. Luke, great and glorious physician, pray for us.


  1. Thank you for sharing knowledge about the stealth euthanasia that is happening across the world under the guise of compassionate care and healthcare. It is nothing more than what happened in Germany - culling of people that are considered not worthy of life. It is premeditated murder and should be illegal but is condoned. Knowledge is power. We all need to speak out. My Mother was murdered by hospice and I will never forget or stop warning others.

  2. A first-hand witness saw pro-euthanasia propaganda videos being shown to the residents of the assisted living facility, Carondelet Village, located on the campus of the Sisters of St. Joseph Carondelet in Minnesota