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European Churches urge people to get vaccinated against COVID-19

Press Release, 14/12/2021 Joint appeal from the presidents of COMECE and CEC European Churches urge people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 Urging responsibility and care amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and encouraging vaccination together with necessary sanitary measures, H.Em. Card. Jean-Claude Hollerich SJ, President of

Despite COVID, Sustained by Hope and Joy

Dr. Angeli Maun Akey: Sustained by Hope and Joy BY NADIA SMITH After a year and half of successfully treating COVID-19 patients, Dr. Angeli Maun Akey has seen the good, the bad and the ugly of the pandemic up close and personal. While many in her

Pope Francis on the COVID-19 epidemic – Msgr. J. Suaudeau

During the recent General Assembly of the European Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (FEAMC) in Rome, September 25th, Msgr. Jacques Suaudeau, Ecclesiastical Assistant of both the World Federation of Catholic Medical Associations (FIAMC) and the European Federation discussed the ideas, actions and reflections of Pope

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Boscia: Ruolo essenziale della vaccinazione

Ruolo essenziale della vaccinazione: raggiungimento obiettivi di salute FILIPPO MARIA BOSCIA* - I vaccini sono sotto accusa da sempre e rappresentano una vexata quaestio. Messaggi fuorvianti e pareri discordanti, una sorta di schizofrenia allargata. C’è chi si sofferma sugli aspetti tecnici dei 12 vaccini preparati, c’è

Singapore: On the Morality of COVID vaccine

FAQ ON COVID-19 VACCINES COVID-19 Vaccines: on the question of whether it is morally acceptable to receive a vaccine that has been created with the use of morally compromised cell lines. Both the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith1 and the Pontifical Academy for Life2 emphasise the positive

What Catholics need to know about the recent COVID surge

Dr. Thomas W. McGovern August 25, 2021 Jim Rigg, the superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Miami, welcomes students as they wear protective masks on the first day of school Aug. 18, 2021, at St. Lawrence Catholic School in North Miami Beach, Fla., amid the

¿Qué significa para los católicos la primera aprobación total de una vacuna COVID-19?

POR WALTER SÁNCHEZ SILVA | ACI Prensa Foto referencial. Crédito: Pixabay El médico español José María Simón Castellví, presidente emérito de la Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Médicos Católicos (FIAMC), explicó lo que significa para los católicos la aprobación total que dio este lunes la Administración de

Aleteia: How to face the harm caused by the pandemic

goffkein.pro | Shutterstock Br. Reginaldo Manzotti - published on 08/23/21 Many of us are struggling with our mental health as the pandemic drags on. Here's what can help. In this time of pandemic and instability, sadness and melancholy have taken on devastating proportions in many people’s lives. This

More on COVID vaccines

THE TEACHING OF THE CHURCH ON THE ETHICS OF COVID VACCINES FATHER ROGER J. LANDRY A health official draws a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine at Infectious Diseases Hospital in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jan. 29, 2021. (CNS photo/Dinuka Liyanawatte, Reuters) Wednesday, May 12, 2021F .

Los médicos y la pandemia

Dr. Manuel Luis Martí Los grandes cataclismos se acompañan siempre de crisis existenciales entre los que los sufren, acompañan al ser humano y ponen en duda su fortaleza anímica, sus creencias y sus puntos de referencia. Es en estos momentos cuando se requiera la asistencia

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