August 15, 2019

David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology and ethics, was interviewed by Catholic News Agency about suicide and the hope for salvation in relation to Jeffery Epstein death.

...Cloutier told CNA that when considering suicide, it is important to remember that it is taught by the Church to be a grave sin. “(That) means all things considered, this is a serious matter, and to make a choice against life is to choose against God, who gives everyone the gift of life, and to also choose against your obligations to others,” Cloutier told CNA. There could be mitigating factors, such as mental illness or some other kind of great distress, that might relieve a person of at least some culpability in committing suicide, Cloutier said...

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