São Tomás de Aquino, o "Doutor Angélico", certa vez, diante de um crucifixo em Nápoles, ouviu estas palavras de Jesus:
“Bem tem você escrito sobre Mim, Tomás, o que devo te dar em recompensa?" São Tomás respondeu: “Ti mesmo, meu Senhor". Em latim, São Tomás disse: Nil, Nisi Te, Domine ("Nada senão a Ti mesmo, meu Senhor). Em inglês: Naught save Thyself, O Lord.
quinta-feira, 18 de janeiro de 2018
Trump Cria Departamento para Proteger Médicos que se Recusam a Fazer Aborto
Grande Trump mais uma em prol da vida!!!
Vejam texto da Life News.
BREAKING: Trump admin creates office to ‘protect’ doctors’ consciences who refuse to do abortion
WASHINGTON, D.C., January 18, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – President Donald Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) established today a new division within HHS’s civil rights office to enforce conscience protection and religious freedom for healthcare workers.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the creation of the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division of the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) this morning.
The new division will enforce "laws and regulations that protect conscience and prohibit coercion on issues such as abortion and assisted suicide" and others in HHS-funded or conducted programs," according to the OCR website. It will also enforce statutes protecting “the free exercise of religion and prohibit discrimination” in HHS programs.
The new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division signals an important change for the OCR, which also oversees enforcement of laws concerning security and privacy of people’s health information. It brings back to the forefront enforcement of conscience and religious liberty laws in the healthcare field, an about-face from the stance of the Obama Administration.
Religious liberty advocates and pro-life groups welcomed the new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division of the OCR, also noting its turnaround from Obama-era policy, illustrated by among other things Obama’s February 2011 repeal of conscience protection regulations that had been enacted by President George W. Bush.