Lawsuits challenge hospitals’ religious freedom

Lawsuits challenge hospitals’ religious freedom Catholic health care facilities are being sued after refusing to allow doctors to ...

Editorial: Service vs. belief?

Editorial: Service vs. belief? In an environment of increasing secularization and moral relativism clothed as ...

Carmelites looking to grow ‘neighborhood of care’

Carmelites looking to grow ‘neighborhood of care’ California-based nuns aim to expand their mission of caring for the elderly in a ...

Hospice providers give care, comfort to elderly

Hospice providers give care, comfort to elderly Little Sisters of the Poor, Saint Jude Hospice offer friendship, compassion during ...

U.S. bishops remain strong on social issues

U.S. bishops remain strong on social issues They approve new pro-life post, issue HHS mandate message while hearing about need to ...

Is health care sharing a good alternative to health insurance?

Is health care sharing a good alternative to health insurance? Cooperatives do not cover intrinsic evils such as abortion, but do they offer ...

Irish abortion law puts Catholic hospitals in precarious spot

Irish abortion law puts Catholic hospitals in precarious spot Priest resigns from hospital board after institution indicates its willingness to ...

Sisters in health care ministry adapt to changing times

Sisters in health care ministry adapt to changing times Though less visible in hospitals, women religious still have vital role to play

Catholic professionals respond to 'Renewed Mission'

Catholic professionals respond to 'Renewed Mission' Loss of Church’s ministries would be a boon for secularization

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