Greetings all, I hope you are all keeping well and safe. Our March meeting promises to be excellent - Dr Peter Williams will be speaking about how science supports the existence of God, with a focus on his field of expertise - molecular biology. This will be very informative, and, I hope, give us useful … Continue reading Science and the greatness of God from the perspective of molecular biology – the development of thought from the 1800s
In place of our usual Spring day retreat, we will be hosting an afternoon of spiritual reflection, discussion and prayer led by Fr Tom Lynch, on dealing with uncertainties as healthcare professionals. Please do join us for this opportunity to reflect this Lent, and come together with other young Catholics throughout the country. Who: all … Continue reading Dealing with Uncertainty: A Spiritual Reflection for Healthcare Workers led by Fr Tom Lynch
CMA Kent Branch Covid vaccines - what are the ethics? and do we have choices? Via Zoom Date: Thurs 18 Feb Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm Who: all CMA members, and other concerned parties To join: email firstname.lastname@example.org by Wed 17th Feb We have had many enquiries from members and other good Catholics about the Covid … Continue reading Covid vaccines – what are the ethics? and do we have choices?
As has been custom for several years now, the Catholic Medical Association has arranged for a Requiem Mass to be offered for the souls of all its deceased members. Saturday 14th November 11:30am Fr Lawrence Lew OP will kindly offer the Mass in the Dominican Rite at the Rosary Shrine, St Dominic's Catholic Church, London. … Continue reading Requiem Mass for the Repose of the Souls of Deceased CMA Members