Older men and women continue to bear the brunt of sickness, death and isolation. They are weary but holding steady.
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South of the US border, nations have struggled to cope with the consequences of the pandemic.
Many parishioners at St. Joseph’s Church remain missing following the collapse, which has devastated the local Catholic community and the rest of South Florida.
Those who knew the soon-to-be ‘blessed’ recall the sanctity of the young man who loved computers and Jesus.
Local priests and deacons tell the Register about the challenges they’ve faced ministering to their flocks during this painful period.
A strong pro-life grassroots movement has coalesced nationally to combat a push for legal abortion that is being driven by foreign pro-abortion groups.
As the number of confirmed cases skyrockets, residents tell the Register that churches and schools are closed and that fearful shoppers, stocking up against quarantines, have emptied supermarket shelves.
The disgraced former Peruvian dictator’s corruption and other human-rights abuses are well-known, but little attention is paid to how his regime abused indigenous women — with U.S. and U.N. assistance.
The community St. Josemaría Escrivá founded to emphasize sanctity amid ordinary life continues to impact souls.
Despite the sadness and pain, faithful Catholics are trying not to be shaken, and many say the laity must aid Catholic revitalization.