Called by 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. Certainly, the Catholic perspective in the practice of medicine is unique and critically necessary. Thus, we feel our organization will be most effective by coordinating our efforts. Each field offers one of the many components necessary for optimal health and hence, only when we work together are the body, mind and spirit all addressed.

As the Catholic Healthcare Guild, we hope all Catholics involved in health care feel called by name to be more fully involved— Doctors, nurses, technicians, dentists, podiatrists, counselors, therapists, educators, receptionists, administrators, chaplains and all (many) others are vital to the health of our organization. If you are Catholic and involved in the delivery of health care in any way, please consider serving the Catholic Healthcare Guild with your involvement and your membership. We need representation from all specialties and are hoping for a broadened sense of cooperation among us. We are all one body—please consider contributing your part.

Our first meeting which will include board elections and a discussion around "Your Call to Healthcare…Connecting Spirituality and Work" will be held June 12th, 5:30 p.m., Dell Children's Auditorium. For more information or to RSVP, contact

Contraception and a Change of Heart

This Easter, the Catholic Physicians Guild is asking you to be in the service of your Church. To truly be one body, we must all strive to understand magisterial teachings so that we may work in concert.

Feed My Sheep: Annie's Way

A tradition of feeding the homeless and homebound on Thanksgiving Day

Here I am, Lord

Not only did St. Ignatius promote spiritual formation and education, but also service.

Hope for Infertility through Science

After reading Donum Vitae or Dignitas Personae, one may assume there is little hope, except in the miraculous, for Catholic couples facing infertility. However, this is far from true.

Carrying Another's Cross, in Lima, Peru

Few will accomplish what Saint Padre Pio accomplished during his lifetime. His legacy continues despite his death and the sufferings of millions will ultimately find relief in his House.

Austin Diocese Medical Mission

Dedicated to providing healthcare to poverty stricken people in Mexico and in Central and South America.

A Miracle Maker: Dr. Victor Li-Pelaez

During the Christmas season, the Catholic Physicians Guild felt it was important to acknowledge one of our own and to specifically highlight one who shares the charisms of our other Miracle Worker, Saint André Bessette.

Christian Medical Missions, Inc

Providing Medical, Dental & Eye Care to the indigenous people of Central America.

Sacred Heart Community Clinic

Primary care medical clinic, serving children and adults, located at St. William Church, Round Rock.

Living St Luke's Legacy

With St. Luke as an inspiration, the Seton Community Health Clinics invite all specialty physicians of Central Texas to join the St. Luke's Physician Network, an association of specialists who support Seton's efforts to care for the poor and vulnerable in the community.

How to Become a Member

Learn about the Benefits of Joining