1425114795Catholic Medical Association News & Information
Updates, news, information and firstname.lastname@example.orgCopyright 20152015-02-27T20:57:00+00:00Press Releases,2015-02-27T20:57:00+00:00Catholic Medical Association Physicians Making a Difference (Resources)Continue Readingcatholic-medical-association-physicians-making-a-difference#When:20:57:00Z
You Won’t Believe How This Pro-Life Doctor Saved a Woman’s Baby Midway Through an Abortion
Advancements in science and medical technology have proven to be great gifts to the pro-life movement time and time again. Doctors are able to routinely deliver premature babies at earlier and earlier stages of development. Innovations in sonogram imaging have provided a window to the womb enabling expectant mothers to see their unborn children face to face. We also have the ability to hear the unborn baby’s tiny heartbeat.
Newsletters,2015-02-26T20:44:00+00:00Ember Lenten Series - Week 2 (Resources)Continue Readingember-lenten-series-week-2#When:20:44:00ZNewsletters,2015-02-20T20:08:00+00:00Ember Lenten Series - Week 1 (Resources)Continue Readingember-lenten-series-week-1#When:20:08:00ZPress Releases,2015-02-18T18:32:00+00:00A New President for the Catholic Medical Association - Dr. Peter Morrow (Resources)Continue Readinga-new-president-for-the-catholic-medical-association-dr-peter-morrow#When:18:32:00Z
(ST. CLOUD, Fla.)— On February 4, 2015, Dr. Peter Morrow, Internal Medicine physician and employed physician at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, was sworn in as the President of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA). Dr. Morrow is now the 2015 President of the largest association of Catholic health care professionals in the United States.
Newsletters,2015-02-06T15:26:00+00:00February 2015 Embers (Resources)Continue Readingfebruary-2015-embers#When:15:26:00Z2015-02-02T16:59:00+00:00St. Louis Guild Day of Recollection (Guild Events)Continue Readingst.-louis-guild-day-of-recollection#When:16:59:00Z
The St. Louis Guild of the Catholic Medical Association invites you to reflect on encountering Jesus Christ in our work with the sick. Join Fr. Christopher Collins, S.J. on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 9am until 3pm.
2015-02-02T16:56:00+00:00Memphis Guild Presents “Doctor to Priest” (Guild Events)Continue Readingmemphis-guild-presents-doctor-to-priest#When:16:56:00Z
The Catholic Medical Association of Memphis invites you to a talk presented by Fr. Jorge Cespedes titled "Doctor to Priest" on Tuesday March 3, 2015 at St. Francis Hospital Chapel (5959 Park Avenue, Memphis, TN 38119). Mass in the chapel begins at 6:30pm, followed by dinner and the talk. Please RSVP to Santiago Vera, MD via email (email@example.com).
2015-02-02T16:53:00+00:00Harrisburg Guild Annual Lenten Reflection (Guild Events)Continue Readingharrisburg-guild-annual-lenten-reflection#When:16:53:00Z
The Harrisburg Guild of the Catholic Medical Association invites all Catholic physicians, healthcare workers, medical students and residents to attend their Annual Lenten Reflection on Saturday, March 14, 2015 from 9:00am until 12:00pm, at the Diocese of Harrisburg, 4800 Union Deposit Road, Harrisburg, PA 17111-3710.
Most Reverend Ronald W. Gainer, D.D., J.C.L., Eleventh Bishop of Harrisburg, will be presenting "The Joy of Lighting a Fire in the Heart of the World".
The morning includes Mass, confessions, adoration and light refreshments. Free will offerings will be accepted.
For planning purposes, RSVP by March 11th to: CathMedHbg@aol.com
2015-02-02T16:50:00+00:00Papal Collection Showing in Duluth (Guild Events)Continue Readingpapal-collection-showing-in-duluth#When:16:50:00Z
Save the Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015 from 5pm until 8pm. Fr Richard Kunst will be exhibiting some of his Papal Collection. Dinner will be catered by Va Bene Restaurant for $15 per plate. More details will follow, but put this on your calendar and don’t be afraid to invite others. St. Raphael's Guild of Duluth members will receive an online invite from the guild's website.
2015-01-27T16:57:00+00:00CMA Issues White Paper on POLST (Blog)Continue Readingcma-issues-white-paper-on-polst#When:16:57:00Z
Bala Cynwyd, PA—The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) has published a White Paper on POLST in the Linacre Quarterly, CMA’s journal of medical ethics. POLST (an acronym for “Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment”) is a new kind of advanced medical decision-making document that is spreading rapidly across the United States as a result of an organized campaign.
CMA Statements,2015-01-27T11:34:00+00:00Declaration of Faith (Resources)Continue Readingdeclaration-of-faith#When:11:34:00Z
DECLARATION OF FAITH of Catholic doctors and students of medicine, on the sexuality and fertility of human beings:
We, doctors, entrusted to protect human life from its conception until its natural end;
BELIEVE in one God, the Lord of Heaven and earth, who created man and woman in His own image and likeness.
PROCLAIM that the human body and life, being gifts from God, are sacred and inviolable and that...
Officers,2015-01-26T18:55:00+00:00John A. Schirger, MD (People)Continue Readingjohn-a.-schirger-md#When:18:55:00Z
Dr. John A. Schirger practices cardiology with a specialization in advanced heart failure at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
2015-01-26T17:30:00+00:00Abortion Interrupted: CMA Member Reverses Abortion Drug After Mom Changes Mind (Blog)Continue Readingabortion-interrupted:-cma-member-reverses-abortion-drug-after-mom-changes-m#When:17:30:00Z
After a Colorado woman regretted her decision to undergo a chemical abortion, she desperately searched for a doctor who could reverse the effects of the abortion drug mifepristone. She found CMA member Edwin Anselmi, M.D., who quickly implemented a protocol developed by two other CMA members, George Delgado, M.D., and Mary Davenport, M.D.
To read more about Dr. Anselmi and additional inspiring details of the case, click this link.
2015-01-26T15:24:00+00:00Boot Camp: Back by Popular Demand! (Blog)Continue Readingboot-camp-back-by-popular-demand#When:15:24:00Z
Mark your calendars for the third Annual Medical Boot Camp for Students and Residents June 16-21. Hosted at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary outside of Philadelphia, PA, the Boot Camp is also open to residents this year. World-renowned speakers, powerful presentations and profound spiritual reflection are the hallmarks of this unique event. Last year over 23 medical schools were represented with 25 medical students. This year, for the first time, residents are welcome to attend. During the Boot Camp, participants also experience a sense of community and friendship. A special night on the town is planned this year; a special surprise! Register early.
Directors,2015-01-06T01:00:00+00:00Craig L. Treptow, MD (People)Continue Readingcraig-l.-treptow-m.d#When:01:00:00Z
Dr. Craig Treptow, a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine, sees patients from newborns to geriatrics in Great Falls, MT. Inspired by his physician father in rural Nebraska, Dr. Treptow pursued chemistry and mathematics premed study at University of Nebraska-Kearney; his Bachelor of Science degree was magna cum laude. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine in 1992 from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis and completed his residency in Lincoln, NE.
Dr. Treptow became interested in the CMA in 2006, and after attending the National CMA Conference in 2007, became convinced of the importance of Catholic Bioethics in the day-to-day practice of medicine. He helped start the Montana Guild in response to that need. He is well informed about the dynamics of physician assisted suicide and its dangers in his state and elsewhere.
Dr. Treptow and his psychologist wife, Robin, homeschool their young sons with an emphasis on Latin. He is a classical pianist and plays for his parish; he likes to hike and camp in Glacier National Park and read philosophy in his spare time.