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‘Perfectly Natural’ — Church Holds Controversial Assisted Suicide Ceremony for Member

A Canadian church building was the site of a recent assisted suicide in a ceremony that was held for one of its elderly members.

Last month, a “Crossing Over Ceremony” was held at the Churchill Park United Church of Winnipeg for Betty Sanguin, 86, who had been diagnosed with ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, The Winnipeg Free Press reports.

Sanguin had decided to end her life with medical assistance, the outlet reported, and one of her final requests was for it to take place at the church where she had raised her family.

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