Sure. There’s 2 paragraphs in the Catechism
that came up when I entered only the word “euthansia” for a search:
1: CCC Search Result - Paragraph # 2324 (179 bytes ) preview document matches
2324 Intentional euthanasia, whatever its forms or motives, is murder. It is gravely contrary to the dignity of the human person and to the respect due to the living God, his Creator.
2: CCC Search Result - Paragraph # 2277 (545 bytes ) preview document matches
**2277 Whatever its motives and means, direct euthanasia consists in putting an end to the lives of handicapped, sick, or dying persons. It is morally unacceptable.
Thus an act or omission which, of itself or by intention, causes death in order to eliminate suffering constitutes a murder gravely contrary to the dignity of the human person and to the respect due to the living God, his Creator. The error of judgment into which one can fall in good faith does not change the nature of this murderous act, which must always be forbidden and excluded. **