How do we face the end of life in an age of informed consent and extraordinary medicine?

How do we make our final wishes known to our loved ones — and what if those wishes change over time?

What are advance directives, living wills and physician orders for life-sustaining treatment (POLSTs)?

Producer Gina Christian asked bioethicist Steve Bozza, director of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Office for Life and Family, how the Catholic faith views end-of-life directives, and what resources the archdiocese offers to help the faithful make informed and compassionate decisions that uphold human dignity.