As Catholic Physicians and Health Professionals of the Diocese of Buffalo, we
come together in order to grow in the Spirit of Christ in our personal and
professional lives, to bring His Spirit to all that are touched by our science
and art, and to assist the Vicar of Christ, the Bishops and the whole Christian
community with leadership, especially with the particular knowledge, skill, and
experience we have.
- To uphold the principles of the Catholic Faith and morality as related to
the science and practice of medicine.
- To communicate Catholic Medical Ethics to the medical profession and
- To support Catholic medical and health facilities in their embodiment of
Catholic moral principles in medical practice.
- To support medical and health care programs for those in need.
CMA Buffalo Board Members
David S. Clifford, MD
Anthony Pivarunas, MD
Gloria Roetzer, MD
Juliette Stenz, MD
John Stanievich, MD
Do You Wonder?
|What difference your Catholic faith should make in your medical practice?|
|What the Catholic Church teaches about issues of life and death, health
and technology, and the vocation of physicians and other health care
|Where you can find educational programs to help you better understand the
teachings of the Church?|
|Where to turn to find support when you have question or doubts on ethical
|What you can do to help your parish, diocese or community to better
understand the ethical issues that arise in medical practice?|
|Whether there are other physicians in your area who would also like to
grow in faith and fellowship?|
The Catholic Medical Association was established in 1932 to
help physicians address questions like these and to integrate their faith into
the art an science of medicine.
Click here to visit the
web site of the National Catholic Medical Association.