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Thank You

Your registration has been accepted for the Illinois Catholic Health Association’s short online course for chaplains on the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services. Within 5 days you will receive an email from The National Catholic Bioethics Center with the information you will need to access their website to download and complete the 6 learning modules.

Thank you for your participation in this program, and thank you for the service you render to those in our Catholic healthcare facilities in the Province of Illinois.

Patrick Cacchione
Executive Director

RSS Catholic News

  • Pennsylvania diocese places vicar general on leave (Diocese of Harrisburg)
    The Diocese of Harrisburg has placed its no. 2 official, Father David Danneker, on leave because of “allegations of adult misconduct” that “center around a relationship between Rev. Danneker and an adult female. A formal investigation by an outside third party is being conducted by a firm that has no ties to the Diocese.”
  • Reporter ousted from press group over service on diocesan committee (VT Digger)
    The New England First Amendment Coalition has expelled the vice president of its board, veteran Vermont journalist Mike Donoghue, because he serves on the Diocese of Burlington’s File Review Committee.The president of the Vermont Press Association came to Donoghue’s defense. “Mike’s practice of his faith and service to his Church are his own personal business, […]
  • Federal appeals court rules against web designer who objects to creating same-sex marriage sites (Religion Clause)
    “A Colorado law forces web designer Lorie Smith and her studio, 303 Creative, to design and publish websites promoting messages that violate her religious beliefs,” stated her legal counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom. “The law at issue also gags Smith from even explaining on her company’s website what websites she can create consistent with her religious […]
  • Pro-abortion protestors disrupt Mass in Brooklyn (CNA)
    On July 10, members of the group New York City for Abortion Rights gathered outside St. Paul’s Church “before the morning Mass and chanted throughout the Mass,” according to the report. “Some of their chants outside the church included ‘Our bodies, our lives, our right to decide,’ as well as ‘St. Paul’s Church harasses patients’ […]