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CICIAMS: An experience with COVID

My Experience with Covid-19 My dear brothers and sisters, I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. My name is Janet Muchengwa originally from Zambia and now settled in the United Kingdom. I am a professional nurse working as a Unit Matron

The Catholic Church founded the world’s oldest hospitals

How the Catholic Church founded the world’s oldest hospitals, a tradition that continues today Wellcome Collection | CC BY 4.0Share 56Lucien de Guise | May 29, 2020 St. Fabiola was responsible for establishing the first hospital in the Western Roman Empire, built in Rome around 400. Click

Health professionals united in support of a pragmatic, science-based approach to managing the COVID

On May 26, 2020, over 350 organisations representing over 40 million health professionals and over 4,500 individual health professionals from 90 different countries*, wrote to the G20 leaders calling for a #HealthyRecovery *see the full list of signatories here. May 26, 2020 In support of a #HealthyRecovery

Caring for the sick in a pandemic: Two Catholic doctors’ perspectives

 Published: 20 May 2020 CHARLOTTE — Now more than ever, Catholic medical professionals have been relying on their faith as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Catholic News Herald reached out to two Charlotte-area doctors to see how they are approaching their work and

Un service public blessé

Nous imaginions que nos villes reprendraient au moins un semblant de vie à compter du 11 mai, jour de déconfinement si attendu… Il n’en est rien, ou si peu. Certes le pâtissier essaie de se refaire le beurre qu’il a vu fondre pendant ces deux

Rural physician takes a measure of himself in the shoals of the pandemic

Doctors and nurses begin their health care careers knowing that at times the work will be physically and mentally grueling. But few U.S. clinicians would have expected to have to put their lives on the line to care for others. The risks of contracting COVID-19

Pandemic: Catholic doctor chooses to live with homeless

Catholic doctor chooses to live with homeless people to protect them from coronavirus Photo courtesy of Dr. Thomas HuggettShare 2k Theresa Civantos Barber | May 21, 2020 Inspired by Mother Teresa, Dr. Thomas Huggett and his team care for at-risk populations, and the pandemic has increased their

On Communion on the Tongue

President of the Catholic Medical Association (Italy) Says Hand Communion is More Infectious Than Communion on the Tongue (Rome) Numerous Episcopal Conferences around the world, including those of the German-speaking area, have forcibly introduced [sacrilegious] hand Communion in Novus Ordo. They justify this with protective measures against

Medici Cattolici: ministri di speranza

Medici Cattolici: ministri di speranza Scegliere di rinnovarsi: un’etica oltre la crisi Cari amici, in questo periodo di forzata quarantena, distanziamento e domiciliazione delle nostre attività, ho avuto la possibilità di attivare proficua collaborazione con il nostro Assistente Ecclesiastico Nazionale, Card. Menichelli. Abbiamo riflettuto insieme

Embracing the Gift of Christian Spirituality in Nursing

NCBC Resources for COVID-19 RSS While working night shift and completing rounds as a Catholic nurse, I am frequently overcome by faith in the silent shadows. Nighttime nursing offers a special time for quiet realization of the value, dignity, and gift of each and every

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