Youth Conference for Catholic Medics: 29th September, London
The Third Annual CMA Youth ConferenceCatholics in Healthcare: Building a Culture of LifeSt Aloysius' Catholic Church, Euston, London
The Catholic Medical Association invites all young (18-35yrs) Catholics in healthcare (doctors, nurses, medical students, nursing students, pharmacists etc) to the Third Annual CMA Youth Conference. Speakers and a panel will explore the meaning of the culture of life in relation to healthcare and how to live by that culture in our professional and personal lives.There will be a small fayre to showcase the work of lay and religious organisations related to healthcare and tea and coffee will be provided during the break.
Entry is by donation (suggested donation: £5, payable at the door). Please be generous in order to enable the continued work of the Catholic Medical Association's Committee for the New Evangelisation (CMANE). The CMANE supports young Catholics in healthcare.
Register at: buildingacultureoflife.
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Further information about the talks:
What is the Culture of Life? – Fr Stephen Boyle
An overview of the prophetic teaching of Humanae Vitae. How does the culture of the modern secular world reject the Church and it's message of the Good News? How does that culture affect bioethical issues such as abortion, euthansia, the family etc.?
Bringing the Culture of Life to young Catholics in Healthcare - Dr Adrian Treloar
What is it to be a Catholic in healthcare? How do we live out our lives according to this culture of life? What sort of clinical situations might you be faced with which oppose the culture of life?
Panel Discussion with Catholic clinicians, nurses and midwives
A chance to explore some of these clinical scenarios further and how to respond to them in a polite and professional manner.
Work as Prayer – Fr Gerard Mary OFM Conv.
Fr Gerard will talk about the importance of a strong prayer life for young Catholics in healthcare, and then briefly about the role of Walsingham in the re-dedication of England to Mary and the work of the New Evangelisation.