Obama and Francis r1

Views: Obama’s Visit to the Vatican May Provide a Reset for the Health Insurance Debate

When President Obama and Pope Francis sit down at the Vatican on Thursday (March 27), the meeting may well offer a vision of what could have been for Democrats and the Catholic Church over the last six years: a leader of the state and a leader of the church working on the many issues where they agree while working through the issues where they don’t.

Of course, that’s not exactly how it’s gone for Obama and the U.S. hierarchy, even though Obama and the church both stress economic justice and the priority of the common good, universal health care, robust government support for the needy and comprehensive immigration reform.

Obama cordial relationship with the Pope may filter down to the U.S. Bishops

Read the full article written by David Gibson / Religion New Service 

Related Posts
Vivek Hallegere Murthy - MD
Be sure to give Ted Cruz a sarcastic thank-you, because the U.S. has a surgeon general for the first time since July 2013 owing to his attempt to block the ...
Can Obamacare Be Credited for the Bending of the Cost Curve?
There was a time when all anyone in Washington wanted to talk about was “bending the health-care cost curve.” Forget covering the uninsured — the ultimate test of the Affordable ...
Nurse Sister Stephen kisses a dying patient photo: The American Nurse Project
Photographer Carolyn Jones, inspired by the woman who nursed her though chemotherapy for breast cancer, traveled the country in 2012 to interview 110 of the nation's finest nurses. In the documentary, ...
Wolters Kluwer Health Care News: Economic Impact of Preventable Medical Errors Significantly Higher Than Anticipated …
According to an article published in the current issue of Wolters Kluwer’s Journal of Health Care Finance preventable medical errors may cost the U.S. health care - Yahoo! News Search Results
Putin Russian health care reform
Dr. Semyon Galperin spent a decade in medical research in Russia and as much time in the United States, working at top hospitals and research companies. Despite his expertise, Galperin ...
Covered California
Many said that for the Affordable Care Act to succeed in America, it must be a success in California, where 5.5 million people who qualified were uninsured. So when the state’s ...
Cool Cost Of National Health Care images
A few nice cost of national health care images I found: White House Visits Christiana Care's Substance Abuse Intervention Program Image by Christiana Care Christiana Care hosted White House Deputy Director of the ...
Four 2008 graduates from Stafford County high schools are graduating together from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD on Tuesday, May 29.  They are Amanda Lowery (background left), who graduated from Stafford High School; Anna Hall (foreground left), who graduated from Brooke Point; Liz Ziek (background right), who graduated from Colonial Forge and Kelly Reightler who graduated from North Stafford.
(Peter Cihelka/The Free Lance-Star)


In an effort to retain talented women, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus will unveil a proposal Wednesday that calls for doubling the amount of paid maternity leave that sailors and Marines ...
Texas Anti Expansion of Medicaid Bill in Trouble
An amendment that blocks Texas from expanding Medicaid without legislative approval doesn’t seem likely to stick. The House on Thursday knocked down a nonbinding motion to instruct conferees to keep the ...
Burgess cites concerns with health care reform HIGHLAND VILLAGE — U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Lewisville, told constituents Thursday that health care reform, as it is currently written, won't work and its ...
Views: A New U.S. Surgeon General – An
Can Obamacare Be Credited for the Bending of
Documentary: ‘The American Nurse’ Highlights the Heroic Roles
Wolters Kluwer Health Care News: Economic Impact of
Moscow Health Reform Places Putin in the Hot
Views: Covered California – How America’s Largest Exchange
Cool Cost Of National Health Care images
Double Maternity Leave Says U.S. Navy Secretary
Texas Anti Expansion of Medicaid Bill in Trouble
Burgess cites concerns with health care reform

Leave a Reply