Results from Tag: 'healthcare'
Religious freedom is protected under the law regardless of the popularity of the belief that is infringed.
'The Church, following Jesus, the Good Samaritan of humanity, has always done her utmost for those who suffer, dedicating great resources, both personal and economic, to the sick.'
Healthcare affects every American - whether we are ill or healthy, parents or caretakers for aging relatives, or those who work as medical professionals. Many current issues related to healthcare services and medical procedures implicate religious freedom and conscience rights. Roger Severino is a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and director of the Center’s new HHS Accountability Project. He joins Andrea Picciotti-Bayer of the Conscience Project and Matthew Bunson, EWTN News’ executive editor, to discuss the threats to this important civil right and the protections under the law for conscience in healthcare
Pope Francis that the pandemic, combined with global warming and the loss of biodiversity, should encourage humanity “to rethink its course, to repent and to undertake an ecological conversion.”
In June 2020, the Trump administration finalized a rule removing the expansive definition of “sex” from section 1557 and requiring that non-discrimination protections be interpreted in line with First Amendment freedoms.
Cardinal Tagle thanked the Caritas staff and volunteers who are taking care of those affected by the coronavirus in a coordinated global effort to aid the sick and the vulnerable.
Letter to Congress: Any repeal of Affordable Care Act should not take place ‘without the concurrent passage of a replacement.’