Resurrexit, Sicut Dixit!

Posted on April 12, 2020, in Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Happy Easter to you Mundy.
    Here’s a question. In this pandemic who should we save first the young or the old?
    The old have a lot to offer society in terms of wisdom and can guide the youth.
    The young without guidance will just repeat the errors of the past.
    Hmm . I would be interested in your opinion. Is it Darwin and Hitler? Or is it the bible and wisdom?
    Beste
    Paul. .

  2. Ethicists, lawyers see dangers in rationing of scarce health resources

    March 25, 2020 https://cnstopstories.com/2020/03/25/ethicists-lawyers-see-dangers-in-rationing-of-scarce-health-resources/

    Excerpt: The New York guidelines use a mortality prediction scoring system called SOFA, or sequential organ failure assessment, to evaluate each patient. The evaluations and periodic reassessments are done by a triage officer or committee and not by the physicians treating that patient. “

    The guiding principle for the triage decision is that the more severe a patient’s health condition (i.e., higher the SOFA score) and worsening/no change in mortality risk (i.e., increase or little/no change in the SOFA score), the less likely the patient continues with ventilator therapy,” the guidelines say.

  3. Indeed! He is risen! Alleluia!
    And with an economy of words, trouble was swept away.

  4. Happy Easter Oakes and all!

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