Faith for Doctors, Means Faith For Us All

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SEATTLE — If the Catholic Medical Association wins the battle on the frontlines in the war to preserve the culture of life, it will only happen when the rest of us better understand our faith.  If we don’t understand it, then we won’t accept what doctors, scientists, theologians or philosophers tell us is true.  The final speaker at the conference was Thomas E. Woods, the bestselling author of ten books including “How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization.”  Woods is a senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and a convert to the Catholic faith.

I talked to Dr. Woods for the Integrated Catholic Life and asked him why does society think you can’t be a scientist and be a person of faith?

Listen to Mark Armstrong’s Interview of Dr. Woods…

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About the Author

Mark Armstrong

Mark Armstrong is married to Patti. Patti is the more famous Catholic author with best-selling books and a contributing correspondent to both the National Catholic Register and Our Sunday Visitor.

Married for 36 years, the couple have ten children and three grandkids so far (with three more due in 2018!).  Mark travels and presents a PowerPoint presentation to retreats, church events, schools and conferences on Our Lady of Guadalupe with a replica image blessed by Saint John Paul II. His writings on Our Lady of Guadalupe are also online here.

Mark and family members also toured Italy in 2010 and again in 2015, including several days during the public venerations of the Shroud of Turin. Mark also writes articles on The Shroud and has an amazing PowerPoint presentation on the Shroud of Turin believed by many to be the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ.

He also co-authored the best-selling Catholic book,  Amazing Grace for Fathers.

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