The Catholic Medical Association was created in order to help medical professionals grow in the spirit of Christ, to bring His Spirit to all touched by our science and art, and to assist the Vicar of Christ, the Bishops, and the whole Christian community with leadership, especially with the particular knowledge, skill, and experience we have as Christian healthcare providers.
Catholic Medical Association Upholding the Principles of the Catholic Faith in the Science and Practice of Medicine
Catholic Medical Association Praises American...
Urges CMA Members and other Healthcare Professionals to Lobby AMA Board for Final Approval (PHILADELPHIA, PA)— May 8, 2018 The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) is urging its members and other […]
Catholic Medical Association Offers Prayers and...
(PHILADELPHIA, PA)— April 28, 2018 The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) offers its prayers and condolences to the parents of Alfie Evans. During these last weeks, CMA members have […]
The “Medical Conscience” Civil Rights Movement
A commentary by CMA member Dr. Wesley J. Smith published in First Things https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2018/03/the-medical-conscience-civil-rights-movement The post The “Medical […]
CMA Drs. Max Mercado and Robin Goldsmith have...
CMA Drs. Max Mercado and Robin Goldsmith have opened clinics named for St. Gianna Molla in Philadelphia and Green Bay. She was canonized in 2004 by Pope St. Pope John Paul II. St. […]
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