- Sep 25, 2020
“If you ever need a kidney, let me know man, I got you,” John Fernandez told his friend he had met at a Catholic retreat.
The flu season is here and dioceses across the country are taking precautions to avoid spreading illness.
The head of New Mexico’s largest Catholic diocese has issued directives aimed at protecting parishioners during flu season.
Catholic experts have called for palliative care to become standard around the world.
Speaking to patients, their family members, and medical personnel from the Vatican-owned Bambino Gesu children’s hospital in Rome, Pope Francis warned of “the risk of forgetting the most important medicine only a family can give — caresses.”