We provide a wide variety of documents pertaining to Catholic Medical Ethics and the importance of maintaining your faith within your profession.
Education & Resources
Medical professionals need courageous shepherds to challenge them to uphold the teachings of the Catholic faith in the science and practice of medicine. Additionally, our priests need updated science behind the major moral issues facing our world.
With the resources below, we hope to provide faithful physicians, laypeople, and leaders with the information they need to understand complex issues such as bioethics, reproductive rights, pregnancy loss, and more.
We welcome all priests and physician members of the Catholic Medical Association to become a part of the Holy Alliance as we join forces in serving the Divine Physician.
The Cincinnati CMA has partnered with The Aquinas Society of Cincinnati to bring a series of talks entitled “Catholics and Healthcare.”
In this series, we touch on a number of topics related to healthcare including organ transplant, substance abuse and mental health, preventive care and vaccines, procreation, and much more. Click below to view more details on the series or listen to the talks. Contact us if you are interested in having us come to your parish or community to speak on these topics!
The Cincinnati CMA is privileged to engage with and support other organizations promoting our values. Contact us to collaborate with your group or community.
Cincinnati Catholic Medical Association works with local organizations and communities in the Cincinnati area to promote ethics and faith in medicine.
We work with prolife organizations as well as faith-and-reason-based societies. Through our participation with the local communities, we help spread the Catholic faith while providing fellowship for doctors and physicians.
If you’d like to work with us, please let us know! Our organization frequently hosts events and loves attending local efforts to help those in need.
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