Monday, October 27, 2014

Archbishop asks doctors to nurture each other at work

Annual White Mass attracts 100 medical personnel; two awards given at reception
Archbishop Miller stands with Sally Wong (left), who accepted an award on behalf of her late husband Lawrence, Cecilia Moore, first-ever recipient of the St. Camillus award for her pro-life work, and Dr. Jim Lane, at the White Mass reception Oct. 17. Photo submitted.
Archbishop asks doctors to nurture each other at work
More than 100 Catholic physicians, paramedics, nurses, and their families gathered at St. Augustine's Church Oct. 17 to renew their dedication to ethical standards derived from the Gospel. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

Pope calls for end to death penalty out of respect for human dignity
Pope Francis speaks as he leads the Angelus prayer from the window of the Apostolic Palace in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican Oct. 26. CNS photo / Max Rossi, Reuters.
Pope Francis called for the abolition of capital punishment during a speech on Thursday, as well as all forms of penal punishment which violate human dignity. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Latin for everybody, including children
Bishop David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh blesses necklaces with small wooden crosses that were distributed to the congregation at a Latin-rite Mass Sept. 13 at St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church in Pittsburgh. CNS photo / Chuck Austin, Pittsburgh Catholic.
The traditional Latin Mass includes periods of deep silence providing a space for the union of the hearts and minds of the faithful, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't bring your kids, said an English Catholic priest, scholar, and lecturer. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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