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Current Issue of Ethics and Medics


National Catholic Bioethics Center's monthly commentary on health care and the life sciences.


2020 White Mass Presentation

SPEAKER: Dr. Ronald Sobecks

Hematologist/Oncologist, Cleveland Clinic

Principal Investigator on Many Protocols Regarding Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Therapies.

Author of the Book:

"Divine Mercy Triumphs Over Cancer"




CMA Experts Present Latest Science and Medicine on COVID-19 from a Catholic Perspective


Experts present critical understanding of COVID-19 through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching at the CMA 2020 Annual Education Conference in Philadelphia in September.



View the presentation here.



An Advent Service of

Lessons & Carols

Performed by the St. John Paul II Schola Cantorum


CMA of Buffalo sponsored An Advent Service of Lessons and Carols presented on Friday, December 13, 2019 at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Williamsville. See part of the performance by the St. John Paul II Schola Cantorum in the video below.


See our calendar of 2020 events here!

 St. Luke, Patron of Physicians

Most charming and saintly Physician, you were animated by the heavenly Spirit of love. In faithfully detailing the humanity of Jesus, you also showed his divinity and his genuine compassion for all human beings. Inspire our physicians with your professionalism and with the divine compassion for their patients. Enable them to cure the ills of both body and spirit that afflict so many in our day. Amen.


Members - Active or Retired Doctors, Dentists, and Medical Residents/Fellows

Associate Members - Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Clergy, Religious, Seminarians, and anyone interested in integrating Catholic principles in health care.


Medicine and Faith

Just as God is the Author and Creator of our Faith, He is also Author and Creator of Life. As stated in John Paul II's encyclical letter Faith and Reason, "there can never be a true divergence between faith and reason." Similarly we should not expect a contradiction between being a good physician and being a good Catholic. Good medical care for a patient is always in harmony with Catholic medical ethics. Different ethical dilemmas in medicine today must be illuminated with the light of Faith. The Catholic Faith is truly a help in the practice of medicine.