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Pope Francis said he knows “it often annoys people” when he promotes Catholic teaching on social issues like poverty, migration and ecology, but he is going to keep doing so because the Gospel demands it.
A person’s wealth or lack thereof should not be the determining factor when it comes to receiving health care, Pope Francis said. Speaking to members of Rome’s Biomedical University Foundation Oct. 18, the pope said that health care facilities, especially those run by the Catholic Church, “are called to bear witness to the fact that there are no lives that are unworthy or that should be discarded because they do not fit the criterion of usefulness or the demands of profit.”
Orlando | Catholic medical professionals from around the country shared the joy of their faith and profession by celebrating the White Mass with Bishop John Noonan at Basilica of the National Shrin…
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MIAMI | Word spread quickly among alumni of St. Thomas Aquinas High School that Father Guy Fenger was dying. Read more