- Apr 13, 2021
On World Health Day, April 7, a new group of 31 U.S. Catholic organizations encouraged people to get the COVID-19 vaccine as an act of charity and solidarity with others.
The coronavirus pandemic has multiplied the number of ethical dilemmas that health care workers, health care systems, governments and individuals face which require the specialized assistance ethicists can provide, Sydney Archbishop Anthony Fisher told the Catholic Health Association of the United States.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the nation’s movement for racial reckoning, the Catholic Health Association of the United States announced an initiative to confront racism in the provision of health care.
The Catholic Health Association issued an extensive list of priorities it would like President-elect Joe Biden’s administration to pursue.
Experts make it clear: everyone in the United States that can needs to get vaccinated for the nation to have chance at herd immunity from the coronavirus, and that includes the millions of undocumented immigrants countrywide.
Over 40 prominent pro-life leaders called on the U.S. Senate Dec. 21 to reject President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to head the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
As President-elect Joe Biden systematically announces his Cabinet nominees, one selection has already become a culture war flashpoint.