Sunday, February 14, 2010

Abp Nichols on the NHS

The text of Abp Nichol's sermon on the NHS can be found here

5 comments:

pelerin said...

Good to be able to read the Archbishop's homily from yesterday's Mass.

I was particluarly impressed when he described Lourdes as the place where 'the veil between heaven and earth is so much more transparent.' Beautifully put and so true.

santoeusebio said...

I suppose mentioning compassion for the unborn would have been a bit more than we could expect.

Nicolas Bellord

Anthony Dickinson said...

Thanks Father,

Also this is a copy of the sermon he delivered in Liverpool this morning. Quite thought-provoking on political life.

http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/userfiles_rcaol/file/Archbishop%20Patrick%20Kelly/Archbishop%20Nichols%20Homily%20at%20the%20Civic%20Mass%2014%20February%202010.pdf

Physiocrat said...

That is very good. How does the idea of insisting that nurses are graduates promote this notion of healing?

Interesting comments about dying. If one does not hold death in view, how can one live to the full? Isn't this the ultimate problem with contemporary society?

The Grumpy Cleric said...

Maybe Abp Nichols should email it to the American bishops who believe government healthcare can only mean state funded abortion?