Second Annual White Mass October 8, 2014

Save the date!  All medical professionals of any kind and their families are invited!

The White Mass will be celebrated with Bishop Rhoades at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8.

Afterwards, around 7 p.m., there will be a banquet at St Mary’s Oechtering Hall two blocks away with a talk by keynote speaker Matthew Hanley, M.P.H., a Senior Fellow at the National Catholic Bioethics Center, on Ideological Medicine: Serving Politics, not People.

The mass is of course free but you MUST sign up for the banquet so we can order the correct amount of food.  The price is $15 a person.

We are keeping the price as low as possible so additional donations are much appreciated.

Click THIS to RSVP for the banquet at 7:00 pm:

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Catholic Medical Association Annual Conference

This year’s conference is in Orlando, at the flagship hotel for Universal Studios!  It’s going to be a great conference.  The theme is:

Courage in Medicine: Defending and Proclaiming the Faith in the New Evangelization

See you there!



Salvifici Doloris Course Next on June 21 at 8:30 AM Cathedral Center

Our next formation meeting will be at 8:30 a.m. on June 21, 2014, in the Durkin Room in the basement of the Cathedral Center. This building is located behind the Cathedral. The meeting will immediately follow the 8:00 a.m. mass in the MacDougal Chapel.

The doors will be unlocked for you and we will have big signs out and signs taped to the door of the Cathedral Center building so you should not have trouble finding the meeting. There is handicap access via lift chair. Here is a map.

We will be going over Lesson 8. The book may be found here and downloaded.

The core of the lesson is based on Salvifici Doloris 23b-24, which is found on pages 68-75. If you have time to look those paragraphs beforehand, please do so.

Come if you can, it’s ok if you are late. If you’ve never been before, please come by! We’ll have snacks and coffee and a great chance to share your thoughts and learn more about suffering. Bring lesson 8 with you or on your tablet, if possible. Those of us that were at previous lessons were impressed by how engaging the lesson is, and how much talking and sharing we did. You don’t need to read the previous chapters to participate in the meeting.



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