A grandmother in a respiratory mask communicates with her grandchild through a window amid the coronavirus pandemic.


2020 has been defined by the coronavirus pandemic. With thousands that have succumbed to the virus around the world and cities still slowly opening back up, many First Amendment rights are still being infringed upon including the right to worship. Catholics across the globe still do not have access to many of the sacraments and families are grappling with how best to educate their children in a post-pandemic world. The Catholic Church has led the charge in creating safety guidelines for parishes to reopen safely. The Register offers all the latest breaking news on all fronts of COVID-19 and ways to keep families and communities safe.  

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Christian Brugger on COVID-19 Vaccines (Dec. 19)

As the U.S. and other countries are preparing for the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines, Catholics are evaluating the ethics of their production and whether Catholics can in conscience receive them. This week on Register Radio, Register contributor and moral theologian Christian Brugger weighs in on the morality of the COVID vaccines.