- Jun 19, 2021
Some 300 religious sisters on Tuesday heard their peers call on them to “empower women” through education, institutions specifically created to support women, being critical of situations where women are being “trampled on,” and by telling the stories of the thousands of religious sisters who are fulfilling their “apostolic mission.”
An effort by the Department of Justice to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act in the courts is “unconscionable and immoral,” said Sister Carol Keehan, a Daughter of Charity, who is president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association.
Sister Carol Keehan is retiring from her position as the head of CHA.
One of U.S. healthcare’s most pivotal players–Sister Carol Keehan–heads into retirement.
Sister Carol Keehan, a Daughter of Charity, has announced her retirement as president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, effective June 30, 2019.
Palliative and hospice care “address the needs of the whole person, which is the foundation of Catholic health care,” said Sister Carol Keehan, a Daughter of Charity, who is president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association, based in St. Louis.
The economy, immigration, the environment, terrorism, abortion, health care and Social Security are among the many issues voters say will be on their minds when they vote during the Nov. 6 midterm elections, according to results of a Pew Research Center survey released Sept. 26.