Except for sharing a name, palliative care and hospice for children has little to do with providing the same services for adult patients.
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After debris has been cleared and physical rebuilding is well underway, counsellors for victims of natural disasters and violence contend that real healing still needs to take place.
VATICAN CITY – God's love and the salvation offered in Jesus cannot be understood using intelligence alone and, in fact, trying to make it all reasonable can make one crazy, Pope Francis said.
First-year medical students run while seniors spray them with different types of sauces, liquids, flour and eggs as part of an annual tradition.
Although his parents pledged when he was young that he would become a priest, Francis Mariappa wanted nothing to do with it.
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis said women's "vocation and mission" today remain essentially connected to their capacity for motherhood, but warned against unjustly restricting their participation in the Church or civil society on that basis.
VATICAN CITY – Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, who as Vatican secretary of state drew rising criticism for failures of the Vatican bureaucracy he oversaw, stepped down Oct. 15.
Father Mike (Catfish) Mireau relates his current predicament to that of St. Thomas.
The president of two Vancouver colleges has been named bishop of the northern Diocese of Mackenzie-Fort Smith.
Good marriage preparation is a key element in helping couples deal with the many problems families face in today's society, representatives of four Eastern Canadian dioceses told the Canadian bishops at their recent plenary assembly.