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St. Louis Archdiocese ‘saddened and disturbed’ that Boy Scouts allowing transgender youth

The Archdiocese of St. Louis is “deeply saddened and disturbed” by the Boy Scouts of America’s announcement that the organization will allow transgender youth into its programs. The archdiocese put out a statement Tuesday saying that such action is contrary … Continue reading

SLUCare Restorative Fertility Clinic and CMA’s Dr. Patrick Yeung Featured on

For Couple Battling Infertility, Alternative to IVF Delivers Happy Result “Modern fertility methods like IVF attempt to bypass the body,” says Dr. Yeung. “We use an approach that finds the underlying problem preventing a couple from becoming pregnant and fixing … Continue reading

RIP: Dr. Anne Bannon, Hero For Life

By Nancy Valko My friend and hero, Dr. Anne Bannon, died at the age of 89 on January 30. Dr. Anne became a pediatrician decades ago at a time when women were usually discouraged from entering the almost exclusively men’s … Continue reading

St. Louis Archbishop Speaks Out Against Proposed Abortion Law

CNA/EWTN News ST. LOUIS — Giving civil-rights protection to abortion would undermine respect for life and threaten the religious freedom of Catholic institutions, the archbishop of St. Louis has said in a strong criticism of a proposed city bill. “City … Continue reading

CMA Affirms Truth of Teaching on Contraception

CMA Affirms Truth of Teaching on Contraception Philadelphia, PA – December 16, 2016—In recent months, the dissident group The Wijngaards Institute published a statement, “Catholic Scholars’ Statement on the Ethics of Using Contraception,” claiming to “reassess” the Church’s teaching on … Continue reading

Catholic Medical Association Does Not Recommend Plan B®

Catholic Medical Association Does Not Recommend Plan B® Bala Cynwyd, PA – November 29, 2016 – The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) does not recognize Plan B (“Morning-After Pill” or “Emergency Contraception”) as safe and effective health care.  Recent studies of … Continue reading

CMA Urges Members: Research Senate Candidates’ Views on Pro-Life Issues and Vote Pro-Life

From the National CMA: November 1, 2016 The next president will be in the position to nominate a Supreme Court justice successor for the late Justice Antonin Scalia. He/she will also likely nominate successors for at least two more Supreme … Continue reading

CMA Appalled by Emails Showing Clinton Staffers’ Offensive Remarks about Catholics

Philadelphia, PA – October 27, 2016- In recent weeks, the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks released emails between Hillary Clinton, her staffers, and campaign supporters.  They show extremely hostile comments about Catholics.  As a Catholic organization concerned with religious freedom and conscience … Continue reading

VIDEO: Conscience and Choice in Gynecology

There are residents and attendings in obstetrics and gynecology choose not to provide some services, such as abortion, sterilization, or contraception. In this newly released video, two OB/GYN residents and a family medicine resident describe how their choices affected their … Continue reading

St. Louis NPR: an interview with Sr. Marysia Weber, R.S.M., D.O. discussing internet and technology addiction

Sr. Marysia Weber, R.S.M., D.O., certified by the American Board of Psychiatry/Neurology, speaks about internet and technology addiction on St. Louis NPR. Click here to read the full article and listen to the radio interview This interview coincides with “Why … Continue reading