r. George Delgado — a man who has put abor-
tion reversal on the map — practices medicine
with Christ in mind. As the founder and director ofCulture of Life Family Health Care (
COLFS), a non-profit,
pro-life family medical group that offers medical care
consistent with Catholic Church teaching, he has dedi-
cated his life to providing healthcare to women in crisis
pregnancies — no matter their financial circumstances.
In May, he was a featured speaker at the11 th Annual Divine Mercy Medicine, Bioethics, and Spirituality Conference
in Worcester, Massachusetts, sponsored byHealthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy, an aposto- late of the Marian Fathers.
“He and his work serve as guideposts for many of us
on how to be both great medical providers — drawing
on the latest advancements in science and technology
— and faithful Catholics,” said Marie Romagnano, RN,
the founder and director of Healthcare Professionals for
The sixth of seven children in a Catholic household,
Dr. Delgado, 53, said he recognized at an early age his
pro-life views and desire to heal others.
“I’ve always understood that innocent life is some-
thing to be treated with respect and dignity,” he said.
Dr. Delgado, a member of St. Mary’s Church in San
Diego, California, is unabashedly Catholic. His two
family planning centers’ waiting rooms in San Diego
County have statues of Mother Teresa and Our Lady
‘Protect and preserve’
the doctor ordered
By Breanne Reilly
Dr. George Delgado (left) gave a stirring talk in May at the 11
Annual Divine Mercy Medicine, Bioethics, and Spirituality
Conference. Following his talk, he was presented with images b
y the Very Rev. Fr. Kazimierz Chwalek, MIC, the Marians’
provincial superior, and Marie Romagnano, RN, the founder and director of Healthcare Professionals for Divine Mercy.
Dr. George Delgado’s
talk in May at the 11th
Annual Divine Mercy