Upholding the Principles of the Catholic Faith in the Practice of Medicine
Formed in 2011 as the Catholic Physicians Guild of Dallas, the Catholic Medical Guild of Dallas is a chartered Guild of the Catholic Medical Association. Membership is open to medical professionals from around the Diocese of Dallas including those in training and clergy. We gather regularly for fellowship and spiritual growth —faithful to our vocation as Catholic health care professionals. Deacon Stump serves as our Chaplain.
Our Mission Statement
We come together as the Catholic Medical Guild of Dallas in order to grow in Christ and to bring His Spirit to all those that are touched by our vocation as healers. We seek to uphold the principles of the Catholic faith, demonstrate Catholic medical ethics to others in the medical profession and society at large, and support Catholic healthcare professionals in the metroplex and throughout the United States.
Further information about becoming a national Catholic Medical Association member can be found here.
Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hear speakers, view a video lecture, have a journal club, and sometimes have dinner. We cover topics that synthesize our faith as Catholics and our profession as medical care professionals. Next up: Advent Reflections 12/07/2023. See Schedule of events: Upcoming and Past Events. Contact us at email@example.com to have your name added to the EVite list.
St. Paul Medical Clinic
A charitable medical clinic serving the medical needs of the underserved in Dallas. More details here: St. Paul Medical Clinic
Monthly Course - Salvifici Doloris
Learn the Christian meaning of human suffering with colleagues by exploring Pope St. John Paul II's apostolic letter; monthly via Zoom. Next session Monday, November 20, 2023 at 8:00 PM. You can catch-up if you missed prior sessions. See Upcoming and Past Events for more details. Contact us if you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual White Mass - October 19, 2024
The highlight of each year is the celebration of the White Mass, held near the Feast Day of St. Luke, the Physician. Each year the Mass is celebrated with a Bishop from the Diocese of Dallas. All healthcare professionals are invited. See Upcoming and Past Events for more details.
Do No Harm Conference - next in 2024-5
Sponsored with the Catholic Pro-Life Community. A day long conference with nationally recognized speakers discussing topics of interest to medical care professionals and other pro-life adherents. Latest: 3/26/22 - Do No Harm Conference 2022