YOUR RIGHTS FOR A RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION FROM GOVERNMENT COVID-19 VACCINE MANDATES
CMF Statement clarifying Catholic teaching regarding the civil right to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine for religious and conscience reasons
For Immediate Release: The Need for Consent in Medical Interventions & the Problematic Nature of Vaccine Mandates
Statement by The Christ Medicus Foundation addressing the problematic rise of vaccine mandates "The Christ Medicus Foundation calls for a respect of the conscience of the individual to make their own decisions about what medical interventions to receive or not...
For Immediate Release: New Ohio Law Protects Civil Right of Medical Conscience
Last night, on June 30, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed into law major state budget legislation that included broad medical conscience protections. The law of the land in Ohio now fully protects the civil right of medical professionals to love and care for patients consistent with their moral, ethical, and religious convictions.
For Immediate Release: Christ Medicus Foundation Statement on the Supreme Court’s Decision in the Case of Fulton v. City of Philadelphia
The Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling in Fulton strongly indicates that the Equality Act legislation, certain proposed HHS regulatory action, and other efforts to destroy the religious freedom rights of doctors, nurses, faith-based hospitals, and health care entities would be an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment right to religious liberty.
MyCatholicDoctor Appoints Louis Brown to Board of Directors
In a statement made on social media, MyCatholicDoctor announced Louis Brown joined their Board of Directors:.
Giving Tuesday 2020 – Christ Medicus Foundation
Be a champion for religious freedom in health care this Giving Tuesday 2020. https://vimeo.com/486038867 ChristMedicus.org/Donate Through God’s grace, your prayers and financial support, and our labor, this year has been one of the most critical in the Christ Medicus...
Decision 2020 for the Catholic Voter Addresses Life, Religious Freedom & Health Care In Advance of Final Presidential Debate
The Christ Medicus Foundation, CMF CURO, Divine Mercy University, and the Catholic Medical Association hosted Decision 2020: The Informed Catholic Voter, on October 20, 2020 in anticipation of the final presidential debate. Speakers included: Sr. Dede Byrne, POSC,...
The “Cancellation” of Margaret Sanger
When we inspect the cancellation of Margaret Sanger, it is certainly warranted based upon her actions and statements. Should we, then, attempt to ‘cancel’ Margaret Sanger?
Christ Medicus Foundation and Catholic Medical Association’s July Digital Health Care Conference Sheds Light on the Current Crises and Casts a Vision for the Future of Catholic Health Care
A Cause for Hope: Catholic Health Care and Religious Freedom in the Face of Crisis – Digital Health Care Conference July 18th
CMF’s May 16th Digital Conference Brings Together Experts on the Front Lines of COVID-19 Pandemic
Charting a Path Forward On May 16th, the Christ Medicus Foundation hosted the Digital Health Care Conference "A New Health Care Normal?”. Bringing together health care, religious freedom, and Catholic lifestyle experts, this timely conference tackled issues...
Time-Critical Event: A New Health Care Normal?
In this Digital Health Care Conference, on May 16th at 11am EDT, field experts from many organizations such as The National Catholic Bioethics Center, MyCatholicDoctor, Emmaus Health, Alliance Defending Freedom, and Bella Health + Wellness will address time critical health care topics.
Triage: Maintaining a Catholic Ethic in Difficult Times
The COVID-19 Coronavirus has been challenging. One challenge has been determining how scarce medical resources are allocated among patients, particularly when the patients outnumber the available resources. The process of determining how different medical situations are prioritized, and then applying care and resources to people in those situations, is known as triage. The goal of triage is to save human lives to the greatest extent possible.