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by Julie Filby, Denver Catholic Register
- An upcoming panel discussion set for March 19 will bring together four prominent Catholics to analyze the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly referred to as “Obamacare,” through the eyes of the Church.
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**Note: This panel discussion is being hosted by the Catholic Medical Association Denver Guild.
by Kevin J. Jones, Catholic News Agency
.- Women medical experts, theologians, and ethicists joined voices in rejecting a Los Angeles Times editorial by a prominent birth control advocate, who recently criticized Catholic morality and claimed that nuns should take birth control for their health.
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**Note: The article features comments by Dr. Rebecca Peck, M.D., a CMA member and a leading member of the Orlando Guild, which won the first annual Outstanding Guild Award in 2010.
Despite a blizzard that barred many pro-lifers from attending, and wind chill temperatures below 0 degrees, CMA members gave witness at the 2014 March for Life.
Bala Cynwyd, PA— The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) issued the following statement in response to the most recent lawsuit filed against the USCCB by the ACLU:
The lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) against the Unites States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) on December 2, 2013, is a dangerous, distracting farce. While it is not possible for the CMA to comment on the details of the lawsuit or the medical case on which it is based, the ACLU’s animus to the Catholic Church and the U.S. bishops is well known . . .
Bala Cynwyd, PA—Board President John I. Lane, M.D., speaking on behalf of the members of the Catholic Medical Association, issued the following statement in response to the USCCB Special Message on the HHS mandate issued November 13, 2013:
The Catholic Medical Association strongly supports the Unites States Conference of Catholic Bishops Special Message on the HHS mandate. U.S. bishops have been outstanding advocates for religious freedom, not only for Catholics, but for all citizens. For this consistent and courageous witness, the bishops deserve both gratitude and support . . .