The topic this episode is voting….how should Catholics weigh the issues? What is a well-formed conscience, and how does one develop it? What does “the common good” mean? Bishop explains all this and more.
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Dr. Ashley Fernandes, associate director of the Center for Bioethics at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, covers the most important things to understand the debate about health care rights, including patient autonomy, physician conscience, and the right to medical care.
On this episode, Bishop offers specific suggestions on how we can make our parishes and communities more welcoming. Then, he answers questions submitted by listeners on topics including tarot cards, reaching the “religiously unaffiliated” and more.
Lindy Wynne holds a Master's degree in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the University of San Diego. Lindy has worked in professional ministry for over fifteen years, most recently as Associate Director of Campus Ministry at Loyola Marymount University. She has also worked as a teacher and campus ministry at two all-girls, Catholic high schools: Notre Dame, Belmont and the Academy of our Lady of Peace, San Diego.
Dr. Dominic Vachon, Director of the Ruth M. Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine at the University of Notre Dame, is back for a second episode to discuss the science of compassion, including how compassion or lack of it impacts both doctors and patients and what we can all do to be better at it.
This week, Bishop explains the roots of Catholicism in Northern Indiana… going back to the missionary priests who first brought the faith to the territory that would one day become the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
On the January 4th, 2020 edition of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union's Irish Sports Saturdays, hosts Angelo Di Carlo and Kevin Downey look back at Notre Dame's 2019 football season and look ahead to 2020. The guys breakdown all the players the are leaving, staying and arriving for Notre Dame heading into next season.
Part 1 of 2: Dr. Dominic Vachon, Director of the Ruth M. Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine at the University of Notre Dame, discusses the importance of compassionate care, why some doctors find it difficult, how doctors can increase their compassion, and how studies show learning about and focusing on compassionate care is beneficial for both doctors and patients.
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On the December 28th, 2019 edition of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union's Irish Sports Saturdays, host Angelo Di Carlo chats with Irish Illustrated's Tim O'Malley to preview the Camping World Bowl matchup with Iowa State in Orlando. Angelo and Tim chat about Chip Long's departure, if Tommy Rees will be the next offensive coordinator, whether Ian Book and Cole Kmet will return next season and what are the challenges the Irish will face against the Cyclones.