The Catholic Medical Guild of Singapore


Events

Come journey with other Catholic medicos at our events.
Join us for our formation programmes to learn more about spirituality, moral theology and bioethics.
Serve with us in local and overseas missions.

UPCOMING EVENTS

1. Bioethics Sessions

Many have asked for formation sessions in our recent poll to CMG members, and we have heard you! Working together with Fr David Garcia, the CMG bioethics subcommittee has organized a short series of 6 six sessions for bioethics formation for our members and all other interested parties.

Topics in this series are:
1) Introduction to Morality
2) Moral Principles
3) Morality of the Conception of life and Contraception
4) Morality of Artificial Reproductive Technologies
5) Morality at the End of Life
6) Q&A and Discussion

Details are as follows:
Dates: 15, 29 July, 12, 26 Aug, 9, 23 Sept
Time: 8-9.30pm
Venue: Zoom (Sessions 1, 3-5) and CAEC (session 2, 6)
*CAEC = Catholic Archdiocesan Education Centre, 2 Highland Rd, Singapore 549102

To register, please click on the following Link: tinyurl.com/cmgbioethics

We look forward to seeing you all once again.

REGULAR EVENTS

1. JCI Audits – Jesus Christus Imperat 

“Jesus Christ Imperat” (JCI)  which also means “Jesus Chirst Rules”. Audits is derived from the term “Auditus” means a “hearing/listening”. 
JCI Audits sessions is a time for Junior doctors to come together for sessions to listen and learn, and to share our struggles as junior doctors. 
No matter how poor we may feel our faith formation to be, all are welcome, to come and listen, share and learn, and we hope that everyone comes away with something. 

Join Us as meet online once a month
For more information, feel free to contact us at cmgsingapore@yahoo.com.sg or whatsapp Shaun (HP: 96469604)

UPCOMING MISSION TRIPS/COMMUNITY SERVICE

Nil Upcoming Mission trips at the moment



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