My God, I do not want to be a Saint by halves.
I am not afraid to suffer for Your sake.
—St. Thérèse of Lisieux
What makes Catholic healthcare “Catholic?” Many would say it’s the Catholic tradition of moral decision-making that the Church has refined and relied on throughout its long history of caring for the sick. You want an abortion? You want to put grandma out of her misery? How about a sex change operation? Don’t plan on accomplishing any of those things at a Catholic facility. And if you want a catalog of other medical interventions that Catholic outfits refuse to offer, you need look no further than the USCCB’s Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services...READ MORE