Dr. Janet Smith, PhD speaks nationally and internationally on Catholic teaching of sexuality and bioethics. Dr. Smith has published numerous articles including important and powerful topics for Catholic Nurses including: Over Population - The Myth Hormones Are Us Contraception Why Not (Currently a Free Download) Natural Family Planning: Is it Moral. These topics can be accessed from Dr. Smith's website. Professor Smith is the author of Humanae Vitae: A Generation Later and A Right to Privacy. Her volume entitled Self-Gift contains her previously published essays on Humanae Vitae and the [...]
One More Soul (OMS) is a non-profit organization based in Dayton, Ohio that is dedicated to spreading the truth about the blessings of children and the harms of contraception. The website carries a wide variety of educational resources, including CDs, DVDs, pamphlets, booklets, books, and more. Visit their website and discover some of the wonderful resources available about natural family planning, nutrition and fertility, the pain from abortion and much more.
You are personally invited in this video by NACN-USA President Ellen Gianoli and International CICIAMS President Dr. Khosi Mthethwa. I'm excited! Tell me more.
Early registration ends December 31, 2021. NACN-USA Member Full access to all congress sessions, August 2, 3, 4. Continental breakfast each day. Boxed lunch each day. Discounted registration rate to our members. Exclusive networking sessions for our Members during event. Does not include lodging. Additional cost for special evening dinner programs. $300 Register Now Non-Member Full access to all congress sessions, August 2, 3, 4. Continental breakfast each day. Boxed lunch each day. Full price to register. Does not include lodging. Additional cost for special evening dinner programs. [...]
Catholic Nurses from around the world are coming here! Early registration Begins July 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021 Regular registration January 1, 2022 - April 30, 2022 Only 500 Registrations accepted. Enjoy this 4 minute video from our President Ellen Gianoli and International President Dr. Khosi Mthethwa who applaud nurses in their global efforts during the pandemic and welcome them to a World Congress of Catholic Nurses in August 2-4, 2022, hosted by NACN-USA at the National Shrine of Our Lady of [...]
Together in Combat with the Holy Spirit: Finding the Root Cause of Suicide Maria Arvonio, Regional Director with NACN-USA and nurse supervisor at the Community Hospital in Southern New Jersey, will be a guest speaker on a webinar hosted by the National Council Partnership on Disability, Council on Mental Illness. Ms. Arvonio received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Villanova University and a Master's degree in Healthcare Ethics from Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. She is also an author and a retreat leader. Her specialties include [...]
Quick 3 minute read about the Sacrament of the Anointing of Sick. Can a non-Catholic receive it? Read Full Article »
Redemptive Suffering - Slide Presentation Download Learn the difference between physical pain, psychological suffering, and symptom distress, along with the types and stages of suffering. Understand the compassionate response and be able to practice redemptive suffering. This presentation delivered in November 2019 by NACN-USA's Immediate Past President, Diana Ruzicka, MSN, MA, MA, PHN, RN is available for download and study. Download »
Watch this touching and informative video of Columbus, Ohio, Local Council President Chaplain Teresa Sipos, MSEd, BSN, RN, discussing spiritual health care, informed consent, and advocating at end of life. https://youtu.be/AhEPg2Eq9qU
Nurses for Divine Mercy Course In recognition of the Holy Year of Mercy called for by His Holiness, Pope Francis, the National Association of Catholic Nurses U.S.A. wishes to draw your attention to Nurses for Divine Mercy, an organization founded by Marie F. Romagnano, MSN, RN in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and an 8-unit Continuing Education course for nurses approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), entitled “Nursing with the Hands of Jesus: A Guide to Nurses for Divine Mercy.” [READ MORE] During the [...]