Bishop Robert Vasa Check out this series of talks given by Bishop Robert Vasa. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_lV9lLTjDoPi-Ao0dZVHBAsB2o-R14plgM
+JMJ+ Part I: A Brief History of Being Ministers of Body & Soul By Sydney Michelle Therese March, BLA-Th, RN, BSN, PHN, MSB In the month of February, we have many opportunities to use the examples that Holy Mother Church gives us as beautiful models for...
How the Priority of Prayer Helps Us Be Present in Healthcare How can I work in healthcare and “be” in the world and not “of” the world? Pope Benedict in an address to the youth "The Secret of a Vocation Lies in the Relationship with God” in Sulmona, Italy on July 5,...
Watch Dr. Tod Warner's talk on Faith & Medicine from Match 5th, 2020.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda Homily A reading from the Holy Gospel according to John: There was a wedding at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus and his disciples were also invited to the wedding. When the wine ran short, the mother of Jesus...
Thank you all for being here. First of all, I want to thank Teresa, Dianne and Sue of Curatio for this invitation to be here. I want to thank Archbishop Hebda and Father Moriarty for their hospitality and their celebrating this incredible Mass surrounding the World...
Dr. Tod Worner January 9, 2020 I just want to say thank you to Dianne and to all of you for being so welcoming and warm, to have me be a part of Curatio to speak. You know, the intermarriage of our Catholic faith and then the calling to be healers is something that...
+JMJ+ “Miles to Go” One of my most cherished poems during this time year, especially during my favorite liturgical season leading up to Christmas, is the one by Robert Frost: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. “Now, what could this possibly do with...
+JMJ+ Being a Catholic Witness in Healthcare: Practicing Truth and Love By Mrs. Sydney Michelle Therese March, BLA-Th, BSN, RN, PHN, MSB For the healthcare professional today, it would seem we live in very frightening times. Conscience rights are continuously being...
+JMJ+ -By Sydney Michelle Therese March, BLA-Th, RN, BSN, PHN, MSB September is upon us, and so is the feast day of a particularly special woman that deserves reflection and pause for healthcare professionals as caregivers. September 5th marks the death and...
+JMJ My friends striving for moral virtue - greetings! It has certainly been a long, educational hall, but I first became interested in bioethics when I graduated with my first degree as theology, entered the real world, and started nursing school. My...
Listen to selected talks given at the Curatio Retreat Healing from the Heart of Christ (Feast of St. Gianna):
Church Documents on Health Care:
Salvifici Doloris – John Paul II (Apostolic Letter on the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering)
Dolentium Hominum – John Paul II (Establishing the Pontifical Commission for the Apostolate of Health Care Workers)
End of Life Resources
The Rediscover: Hour
Hear from Monsignor James Patrick Shea and Dianne Johnson on Curatio, and its retreat for medical professionals.
Renewing a Holy Death
By Professor Brugger 10/25/2015
Mary Reichardt On Blessed The Blessed Virgin Compared to the Air We Breathe
Dr. Mary Reichardt holds a Ph.D. in literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has been a professor at the University of St. Thomas, in the English and Catholic Studies departments, since 1988 and currently is an administrator in the Center for Faculty Development. She has published fourteen books, including four on Catholic literature (Exploring Catholic Literature; Catholic Women Writers; Encyclopedia of Catholic Literature; Between Human and Divine: The Catholic Vision in Contemporary Literature) and has edited a number of volumes in the critical literature series for Ignatius Press.
Listen to Mary Reichardt below:
Blessed Mary Compared to the air we Breathe
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