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Updates, news, information and email@example.comCopyright 20152015-02-23T19:17:00+00:00Advisory Members,2016-03-09T18:54:00+00:00Deacon William V. Williams, M.D. (People)Continue Readingdeacon-william-v.-williams-m.d#When:18:54:00Z
Married to Lorraine with children; Ron, Christina and Jon and granddaughter Emma.
Editor in Chief of The Linacre Quarterly
Deacon in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
2016-02-24T19:31:00+00:00Gaylord Diocese Saints Cosmas & Damian Guild Become an Apostle of Mercy (Guild Events)Continue Readinggaylord-diocese-saints-cosmas-damian-guild-become-an-apostle-of-mercy1#When:19:31:00Z
Gaylord Diocese Saints Cosmas & Damian Guild
Become an Apostle of Mercy
Day of Training and Formation
2016-02-24T19:23:00+00:00Gaylord Diocese Saints Cosmas & Damian Guild Become an Apostle of Mercy (Guild Events)Continue Readinggaylord-diocese-saints-cosmas-damian-guild-become-an-apostle-of-mercy#When:19:23:00Z
Gaylord Diocese Saints Cosmas & Damian Guild
Become an Apostle of Mercy
Day of Training and Formation
Magazine,2016-02-23T20:52:00+00:00The Pulse Magazine February 2016 Issue (Resources)Continue Readingthe-pulse-magazine-february-2016-issue#When:20:52:00Z
The Pulse Magazine February 2016 Issue
2016-02-19T16:25:00+00:00Dr. Bill Mueller was interviewed on EWTN’s program “At Home with Jim and Joy” (Blog)Continue Readingdr.-bill-mueller-was-interviewed-on-ewtns-program-at-home-with-jim-and-joy#When:16:25:00Z
Dr. Bill Mueller was interviewed on EWTN's program "At Home with Jim and Joy" Thursday February 18 from 2-3 pm ET, talking discussing the Catholic Medical Association and other current medical issues. There is a repeat airing on Sunday, 21 Feb from 10:30-11:30am ET.
2016-02-08T20:06:00+00:00The Purpose & Meaning of Suffering (Guild Events)Continue Readingthe-purpose-meaning-of-suffering#When:20:06:00Z2016-02-08T19:49:00+00:00Florida CMA – First Annual Retreat and Bioethics & Legislative Conference (Guild Events)Continue Readingflorida-cma-first-annual-retreat-and-bioethics-legislative-conference#When:19:49:00Z
Please plan to join us for the
Florida CMA – First Annual Retreat and Bioethics & Legislative Conference
“Witnessing To Mercy and Human Dignity On the Battlefield of Medicine”
February 25-28, 2016
Saint Leo Benedictine Monastery in St. Leo, FL.
Come enjoy a relaxing weekend & become updated –
How to practice medicine in accordance with your conscience and the Faith!
FOR: PHYSICIANS/MEDICAL STUDENTS/HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS & SPOUSES
REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.123signup.com/event?id=pyvcj
( *ONE DAY ATTENDANCE OPTION ALSO AVAILABLE * See Registration Link for retreat details )
Conference Moderator: Fr. Scott Francis Binet, MD, MI
Retreat Master: Fr. James Kelleher, SOLT, Our Lady of Corpus Christi, TX
Guest Speaker: Sr. Renee Mirkes, OSF, PhD, The Pope Paul VI Institute, Omaha, NE (among others!)
& visit our new FL CMA GUILDS website: www.cathmedflorida.org
Audio,2016-01-21T15:23:00+00:002016 PSA on Physician Assisted Suicide (Education)Continue Reading2016-psa-on-physician-assisted-suicide#When:15:23:00Z
2016 Radio Ads
These are the 2016 radio ads regarding physician assisted suicide. Please reach out to your local Catholic radio stations to request them to play these ads for listeners to spread awareness about the issue of physician assisted suicide.
One: To love our neighbor, means we also love ourselves. Are you living without loving your neighbor as yourself? We can meet others only as far as we have met our self. Do well onto others less fortunate, and God will reward you with the kingdom of heaven. The CMA supports your right to know.
Two: Do you really understand how physician assisted suicide effects your life and those of your loved ones. The consequences are difficult to understand. Some medical societies now support using strong sedatives to shorten the dying process, even in the absence of pain. They look at is as a way to remove the burden, that is the person from society. The Catholic Medical Association supports your right to know.
Three: Physicians should promote healing, and avoid or minimize harm. For a physician to assist a patient in taking their own life it implies that some lives are not worth living. Physicians are called to heal, provide comfort, and promote life; not to end life. God to cathmed.org to find out more. The CMA supports your right to know.
Four: Depression may result in people wanting to end their life as a way out. In Oregon 25% of patients were given overdoses to end their lives yet none of these patients were diagnosed or treated for depression. Depression can be treated with medicine or therapy, and results in patients no longer desiring to end their life. Often a request to end their life from a patient, is really translated as a cry for help, support, or sympathy. As a physician, care and support should be provided to the patient to promote healing.
Five: Exact same ad as four.
Six: Physicians are called to heal others, not conflict harm. When they can’t heal, they are to provide comfort and promote life; not to end it.
1.To love our neighbor, means we also love ourselves.
2.Do you really understand how physician assisted suicide effects your life and those of your loved ones.
3.Physicians should promote healing, and avoid or minimize harm.
4.Depression may result in people wanting to end their life as a way out.
5.Depression may result in people wanting to end their life as a way out.
6.Physicians are called to heal others, not conflict harm.
2015-12-28T20:06:00+00:00Choice and Consequences (Blog)Continue Readingchoice-and-consequences#When:20:06:00Z
The CMA supports your right to know about post-abortion trauma. Abortion may cause psychological effects including depression, anxiety, suicidal behaviors and substance abuse. 42% of women who’ve had abortions have experienced major depression within the last four years. Women who have abortions were twice as likely to drink alcohol at dangerous levels and three times as likely to become addicted to illegal drugs. To find out more about post- abortion effects and how to get help, the CMA has created this video to raise awareness about choice and consequences.
Choice and Consequences
This brief video discusses some of the consequences of choosing abortion on the mother, as narrated by someone who experienced those consequences.
2015-11-18T14:22:00+00:00Seminar: Tools for handling disabilities (Blog)Continue Readingseminar-tools-for-handling-disabilities#When:14:22:00Z
To understand the day-to-day lives of parents of children with disabilities, Francis X. McNesby offers this study of a group of mothers raising children with autism.
The study, reported in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, measured the levels of cortisol, a hormone "that is released in response to increased levels of stress," said McNesby, a pediatrician with the Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.
While stress levels tend to rise and fall during the day, the study found the women suffered from "chronic stress - the same patterns as soldiers in combat," McNesby said.
That level of stress has particular meaning for parents of children with autism in this region. New Jersey has the nation's highest rate of autism, with one in 45 children diagnosed - a rate that includes one in 28 boys, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in March 2014.
The 2014 Pennsylvania Autism Census Update revealed that the number of Pennsylvanians with autism receiving services has reached more than 55,000 individuals - triple that of 2009.
2015-10-14T20:04:00+00:00Conversion of the Heart Retreat (Guild Events)Continue Readingconversion-of-the-heart-retreat1#When:20:04:00Z
La Crosse Guild presents the Conversion of the Heart Retreat for Physicians and Other Healthcare Providers on Friday, November 6, 2015 begins at 5:00 PM and Saturday November 7, 2015 ends at 4:30 PM.
Retreat will be at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe 5250 Justin Road, La Crosse, WI 54601
Registration deadline is October 30, 2015
To down load Registration form please click the link below:
Press Releases,2015-10-13T21:09:00+00:00The Pulse Magazine September Issue (Resources)Continue Readingthe-pulse-magazine-september-issue#When:21:09:00Z
The September 2015 Issue of CMA's The Pulse Magazine
2015-10-13T20:46:00+00:00The Pulse Magazine September Issue (Blog)Continue Readingthe-pulse-magazine-september-issue#When:20:46:00Z
The September 2015 issue of CMA's The Pulse Magazine
Position Papers,2015-09-14T18:15:00+00:00Statement on Emergency Contraception in Cases of Rape (Resources)Continue Readingstatement-on-emergency-contraception-in-cases-of-rape#When:18:15:00Z2015-08-26T12:11:00+00:00Omaha and Lincoln Guilds of the CMA sponsoring the 5th Annual Ethics Conference on Conscience (Guild Events)Continue Readingomaha-and-lincoln-guilds-of-the-cma-sponsoring-the-5th-annual-ethics-confer#When:12:11:00Z
The Omaha and Lincoln guilds of the CMA are joint sponsoring the 5th Annual Ethics Conference on Conscience, September 18/19.
Catholic Medical Association Ethics Conference
Protecting and Preserving Conscience Rights is the topic for the fifth Annual Medical Ethics Conference sponsored by the Omaha and Lincoln Guilds of the Catholic Medical Association, held on September 18 and 19. The conference will begin on Friday evening with a dinner at Quarry Oaks golf club near Ashland. The featured speakers are Ed Morse J.D. President of the Omaha Chapter of the Thomas Moore Society and Matthew Bowman J.D., with the Alliance Defending Freedom, from Washington D.C. The conference continues on Saturday morning at the Peter Kiewit Lodge in Mahoney State Park. Both challenges and opportunities for conscience protection in medical care will be the topic, including updates and implications of recent court decisions and rulings.
A link can be found for conference registration at the Omaha CMA website (under news and events): www.omahacma.com
This conference will involve up to date information and an interactive discussion format on Saturday. The target audience is Christian medical providers, medical students, Catholic attorneys, and clergy. The event is open to the public.