In 1985 James Froemsdorf, a Missouri state trooper, a husband and the father of three young daughters, was shot three times and killed by a wanted felon who had been stopped for speeding.
When I began to think about psychiatry as a medical specialty in 1963, I was vaguely aware of a tension between the church and psychiatry. Bishop Fulton J.
The issues confronting the church in our time are many. I have chosen three of them, well aware that this choice is doubtless both biased and incomplete.
The word survivor suggests someone who has emerged alive from a plane crash or a natural disaster.
The working document for next October’s international synod of bishops is now being circulated.