Survey: In Pandemic’s Wake, Churchgoing Takes a Hit
Consistent Massgoers tended to continue their churchgoing habits. Religious affiliation is largely unchanged, according to the new survey.
Republicans Seek to End Military’s COVID Vaccine Mandate by Holding Up Defense Bill
All military personnel are currently required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine according to an August 2021 policy set forth by United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.
He Was in a Coma for 50 Days Due to COVID — and He Was Just Ordained a Priest
The news of his priestly ordination was received with great joy in the local Church and among those who prayed for his health.
Catholic Schools Held Steady During Height of COVID, Relying on Faith and Fundamentals
There is a lot of work ahead for schools, educators say, acknowledging they stayed strong academically through pandemic but still face other related challenges, including emotional toll on students and need to reinforce learning.
Health-Care Workers Denied Religious Exemption to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Settle Lawsuit for $10.3M
More than 500 employees refused the vaccination due to its association with aborted fetal cells, according to Liberty Counsel.
Encountering the Eucharist in the ICU
2 Catholic doctors cherish the only food that will never perish.
Bishops of England and Wales to UK Faithful: As COVID-19 Weakens, It Is Time for Catholics to Return to Mass
The Sunday Mass obligation is now reinstated.
The Pandemic and Times of St. Catherine of Siena
COMMENTARY: Modern health-care workers under siege in emergency rooms in New York City and elsewhere can look to St. Catherine of Siena as a patron.
In Perilous Times, ‘Put the Divine Mercy Image on Your Doors’
“The Lord promises us through St. Faustina that the soul that will venerate, or honor, this image will never perish.”