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A mother desperate to save her child places him on a train alone; young cancer patients travel to Poland; a maternity ward is struck in the City of Mary: May the Most Holy Mother of God extend her blessed mantle of protection over a besieged people.
As California continues with a 12-person limit on outdoor Mass attendance due to the coronavirus, the Archbishop of San Francisco expands his reach, marking a very special day for Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity.
“I decided that the principles on which I was raised — the principles of this country,” says Justice Clarence Thomas, “were worth dying for.”
With the coronavirus leaving churches closed across most of the nation, Father Daniel O’Mullane of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Boonton, New Jersey, says as the Body of Christ, we still have an essential mission, and he invites the faithful to his triage tent.
"All the sick of the world can be won through the Great power of the Eucharistic adoration." —Saint John Paul II
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Lent offers each of us an opportunity to reflect upon our faith journey. It’s a time to take account of where we are with God and where we are going. Here the stories of two of the Register’s newest staff members our European correspondent Solène Tadie and our managing editor of digital assets Alyssa Murphy.