Among the 14 infected nuns, the youngest is 26 years old and the oldest is 77.
Vatican residents and employees and their families are receiving their doses of the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine in the atrium of the Paul VI Audience Hall.
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Pope Francis also received his first dose of the vaccine on Jan. 13.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and other pro-abortion groups pushed for the restrictions to be lifted during the COVID-19 pandemic so women would not have to travel to get the abortion pill.
Over the past nine months, the Church has given the impression that the sacraments are not all that relevant and that we have little to offer during a crisis. We must never allow this to happen again.
‘A society is all the more human to the degree that it cares effectively for its most frail and suffering members, in a spirit of fraternal love,’ the Holy Father wrote in his message for the 29th World Day of the Sick.
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.
Remembering a 2020 Corpus Christi procession and the mission of a clergyman.
Part of a new directive states that supplemental oxygen should only be given to patients with less than 90% oxygen saturation due to “the acute need to conserve oxygen.”