Activities for the Catholic Healthcare Guild will start early in 2015! Our annual service project will be with Mobile Loaves & Fishes at their Genesis Gardens on January 10th. And our Annual White Mass and Healing Service will be Wednesday, February 11 at St. Louis King of France Catholic Church.
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SpiritualityFor those who experienced the Easter Vigil last month, you couldn't help but notice the Litany of Saints. Reading the list, I wondered how these particular saints were chosen. Was it their unique gifts or simply their prominence in the Easter tradition? At the moment of confirmation, I had my answer when I realized these were the chosen names of the newest members of our Church family.
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." —Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2)
As Juliet laments her disastrous fate, she asks if a rose called by any other name would cease to be a rose. Certainly a rose would be just as beautiful if a new word was chosen to designate it from other flowers. Thus, we have to ask, how important is a name?
There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and in everyone it is the same God at work… Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ. – 1 Corinthians 12:4-6, 12
As the Catholic Healthcare Guild, we hope to affect a new sense of cooperation between the various specialties that comprise the health care system.
A tradition of feeding the homeless and homebound on Thanksgiving Day
Dedicated to providing healthcare to poverty stricken people in Mexico and in Central and South America.
Providing Medical, Dental & Eye Care to the indigenous people of Central America.
Primary care medical clinic, serving children and adults, located at St. William Church, Round Rock.
The journal Christian Bioethics is seeking a series of narrative vignettes from practitioners as well as patients describing their trials within a health care setting.
About 40 employees of Seton Healthcare Family boarded a bus on June 17th to take a pilgrimage back in time.
“The vocation of the physician is a calling by God. From the sacredness of the medical profession springs the Hippocratic Oath... This is not an oath made to a patient; it is an oath addressed directly to God.”
—Cardinal Javier Lozano Barragan for JPII, CMA annual meeting, 2000
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