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Assisted suicide rules may test faith & courage of Catholic doctors

Posted in Archdiocesan NewsBy Lorraine By Andrew EhrkampNews Editor Dr. Rene Leiva loves his job as a family and palliative care physician in the Ottawa area for the past 17 years. But never before has his own Catholic faith and his profession come into greater conflict than

Award to Catholic Medical Association

May 18, 2020 Catholic Medical Association’s Official Radio Show, Doctor, Doctor, Wins Gabriel Award Philadelphia, PA- May 18, 2020— Catholic Medical Association is proud to announce Doctor, Doctor is a first-place recipient of a Gabriel Award, an annual Catholic Press Association contest which recognizes and honors

Resident Boot Camp, virtual this 2020

Our Leadership Training Meeting and Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp will be VIRTUAL this year! Event DetailsOur Leadership Training Meeting and Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp will be VIRTUAL this year! Stay tuned to for more details and...facebook.com3:29 p. m. · 16

Congrats to Fr Peter Muhich

Catholic Medical Association Congratulates Father Peter Muhich for Being Named Bishop of Rapid City, SD Philadelphia, PA- May 14, 2020—Congratulations to CMA’s Father Peter Muhich, who was named Bishop of Rapid City, SD, by Pope Francis. “We are blessed to have spiritual leaders like Bishop-Elect

Congrats Dr. Frank McNesby!

Congratulations to Dr. Frank McNesby for being named TopDoc in the May issue of Philadelphia Magazine; he is our VP of CMA's Philly Guild and Chair of our Boot Camp Committee. Congrats Dr. McNesby! Dr. Frank McNesbyVice President is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at

Dr Jerome Lejeune Catholic Medical Guild of Northeast Indiana

Guild History The Dr Jerome Lejeune Catholic Medical Guild of Northeast Indiana is a proud chapter of the Catholic Medical Association since December, 2012. Bishop John D’Arcy first began to look into the possibility of having a local guild in Northeast Indiana in the summer

COVID: Free webcast

April 29, 2020 Ask the Catholic Medical Experts:  Your Questions Concerning the Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic. The story surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic seems to change not only daily but practically hourly. What does this mean for your health, your family’s future, and where does our faith

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Linacre Quarterly (Catholic Medical Association)

The Linacre Quarterly is the official journal of the Catholic Medical Association (USA). Continuously published since 1934, The Linacre Quarterly is the oldest journal in existence dedicated to medical ethics.  The Linacre Quarterly provides a forum in which faith and reason can be brought to bear on analyzing and

Cath Med Assoc: Doctor, Doctor Epidemiologist Mark Strand, PhD from North Dakota State University gives an update with the latest data on the coronavirus pandemic and discusses how to understand the changing predictions, what data shows about how likely individuals are to get the virus including those with various

Catholic Medical Association (USA) Media Coverage

CMA Media Coverage CMA’s Dr. John Rhee addresses the call to medicine for The DeductibleCMA’s Dr. Wes Ely discusses stress of Covid19 Pandemic with Tennessee RegisterCMA’s Dr. Barbara Golder discusses ethics amid COVID19 pandemicCMA’s Dr. Robert Tiballi gives Covid19 update on Currents NewsNational Catholic Reporter

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