This understanding of order within the human person is the foundation of a proper philosophy of medicine
Results from Tag: 'coronavirus'
Catholic principles of ordinary and extraordinary means of preserving life can aid society’s approach to pandemic, the Illinois bishop says in a recent essay.
This weekend, San Francisco Catholics will participate in Eucharistic processions across the city, which will join together and walk past city hall, in part to protest the city’s revised limits on public worship.
“Concomitance,” as St. Thomas Aquinas explains it, means that “nothing is lost by the body being received by the people without the blood.”
Nations and tribes have been hit hard by the pandemic, but Catholics have played an important role in seeing successes in the fight against the coronavirus.
Surveys show a significant rise amid COVID-19 in mental-health issues, including suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, anxiety order and depression — with younger adults particularly at risk.
Cardinal Sarah’s letter made some concrete suggestions for the resumption of Mass amid the coronavirus pandemic, which is expected to continue to spread in the United States in the fall and winter months, with some models predicting a doubling of the death count by the end of 2020.
‘We Owe Everything to Our Lady’: How Mary Assisted Benedictine College Threatened With COVID Lockdown
The college community’s prayers, combined with the threat of a lawsuit, persuaded county officials to forge a less restrictive and more collaborative response.
The World Health Organization reported that 180 vaccines are currently being developed around the world, many of which are derived from cells from aborted fetuses.