Catholic principles of ordinary and extraordinary means of preserving life can aid society’s approach to pandemic, the Illinois bishop says in a recent essay.
EDITORIAL: Religious liberty is America’s first freedom, and as such it can’t be jettisoned without legitimate cause during this trying time of pandemic.
Some Catholic moral principles to help illuminate how best to address a pandemic.
This weekend, San Francisco Catholics will participate in Eucharistic processions across the city, which will join together and walk past city hall, in part to protest the city’s revised limits on public worship.
Nations and tribes have been hit hard by the pandemic, but Catholics have played an important role in seeing successes in the fight against the coronavirus.
Masses will continue to be held in line with archdiocesan guidance on social distancing, and on the necessary sanitization of churches in between Masses.
‘We Owe Everything to Our Lady’: How Mary Assisted Benedictine College Threatened With COVID Lockdown
The college community’s prayers, combined with the threat of a lawsuit, persuaded county officials to forge a less restrictive and more collaborative response.
According to the director of the Holy See press office, Cardinal Tagle “has no symptoms and will remain in isolation in the Philippines, where he is."
Catholic K-12 school with just 125 students feeds 1,000 people weekly as California’s Wine Country reels from pandemic, fires.