The Catholic Health Association of Minnesota will host its Annual Membership Meeting on Wednesday, October 23rd from 10:00am – 3:00pm at the Carondelet Center in St. Paul.
Lead presenters will include Mary Hill, Executive Vice President of Mission, with Avera Health, Sioux Falls presenting on two important topics: Exploring Catholic Health Care Ethics and Moral Distress – in addition to Maureen L. Condic, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy with the University of Utah School of Medicine presenting on Neurobiological Issues Surrounding Declaration of Death.
Visit www.chamn.org/register for pre-registration prior to October 16th.
Euthanasia is a way of treating the human person as an object; while it may appear to give freedom, it is really a rejection of hope, Pope Francis told an oncology association Sept. 2. “The practice of euthanasia, which has already been legalized in several countries, only apparently aims to encourage personal freedom,” he said Sept. 2. “In reality,” he continued, “it is based on a utilitarian view of the person, who becomes useless or can be equated to a cost, if from the medical point of view, he has no hope of improvement or can no longer avoid pain.” (more…)
The Annual Meeting for the Catholic Health Association of Minnesota will be held on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at the Carondelet Center in St. Paul. Presenters will include Mary Hill, Executive Vice President of Mission for Avera Health, Sioux Falls, in addition to Maureen Condic, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Registration information is forthcoming.
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“The Catholic Health Association is very disappointed in the recent Texas federal district court decision on the Affordable Care Act. We profoundly disagree with it from a legal perspective. It is un-American and immoral to be aggressively seeking to take health insurance from the over 20 million people who have finally received coverage through the ACA. (more…)