Results from Tag: 'pandemic'
On last year’s feast day, Pope Francis baptized 32 infants — 17 boys and 15 girls — born to Vatican employees.
A penitent who receives absolution in such a manner — sometimes known as collective absolution — must also individually confess his or her mortal sins when possible.
Limits on shelter capacity, increases in the number of unsheltered, and isolation during dreary winter weather identified as key concerns.
The FDA has recorded 24 deaths of women associated with the drugs, as well as more than 4,000 cases with adverse effects since 2000.
Collections taken up during the Mass, together with offerings made for weddings, baptisms and funerals, make up 53% of the Church’s resources, according to the bishops.
Surveys show a significant rise amid COVID-19 in mental-health issues, including suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, anxiety order and depression — with younger adults particularly at risk.
In July, several states filed a lawsuit against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, saying funding for private schools should be based only on the number of low-income students, not total students, in accordance with Title I restrictions.
By New York’s own metrics, the state ranks 35th nationally on percentage of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.