Theological Reflection The Linacre Quarterly 2018, Vol. 85(2) 115-117 Becoming Light of the World* ª Catholic Medical Association 2018 Reprints and permission: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav DOI: 10.1177/0024363918764477 journals.sagepub.com/home/lqr James McTavish, FMVD, MD Good morning to everyone. Welcome to our Euchar- in low-income settings” (McTavish 2017). When I istic celebration. I am grateful to the organizers for am asked how to intervene in the case of a dying per- this chance to celebrate the Holy Mass together, and son, I really want to give the best advice. I am very I am happy to be here in this convention. I am sure conscious of the responsibility in front of God to say Jesus is also happy to be present in our convention the right thing, as any errors of judgment may have too. I put as a theme for this Mass, in line with the grave consequences. I am so grateful to the long Gospel reading we will hear (from Mt 5:13-16), standing and deep reflection of the Church in this “Becoming light of the world.” Jesus said, “You are area. If you want to analyze how to act in an end the light of the world.” As doctors, we are called
The Linacre Quarterly – SAGE
Published: May 1, 2018
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