In an effort to stop New York’s assisted suicide legislation, the New York Alliance Against Assisted Suicide is sponsoring an advocacy day (February 4, 2020) for medical professionals. Please consider making the trip to Albany to aid their work. Medical professionals bring a unique perspective that elected officials must hear.
See here for recent efforts on the part of our friends from the St,. Marianne Cope Guild in Syracuse!
We had a great Journal Club on January 16 with the wonderful addition of from friends fro Florida via video conference! We hope you’ll join us (in person or remotely) for our next Journal Club meeting!
We had a wonderful first-ever FLG Mass, Board Meeting & Reception on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception on Dec 9th! See here for details.
Thank you to Dr. Seeger and his lovely wife Cathy for opening their home to us! A wonderful time was had by all and we very much enjoyed getting to know some of our first year U of R medical students!
October 28, 6:30pm, at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church
Our President, Tom Carroll, spoke on important, and often contentious issues around End of Life care. For a brief summary see here.
On October 26th, 4:30pm, at St. Louis Church, Bishop Matano presided at the annual White Mass. See here for more!
Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for Journal Club on 10/10!
We had a wonderful turnout for our Welcome Back Mass. See here for more!
We had our first meeting of the summer on July 8. Thank you to all how took part! As a result of this meeting plans are in the works to organize a Mass for U of R Medical and Graduate students. We’ll be announcing the date in the near future!
We had a very nice turnout for this important discussion. We very much appreciate all who took part and hope to see you at our next event! 23 May 2019 from 7:15-8:45pm, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry
9 May 2019 from 7-9pm, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry We are very happy to have been part of this important event! The panelists did a wonderful job highlighting important aspects of the recently passed abortion expansion law. There was also vigorous discussion with the audience, with many great ideas shared, including some great organizations: Our local Elizabeth Ministry, whose members provide support to moms who have lost children to miscarriage. Sidewalk Advocates for Life, who peacefully pray outside of abortion facilities and offer alternatives to abortion for pregnant mothers. Feminists Choosing Life of New York who are in the early stages of planning a lawsuit to challenge abortion expansion in NY. Thank you to St. Bernard’s for hosting this panel discussion on such an important, and difficult, topic!