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CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE REPORTS FULLY, FAIRLY AND FREELY ON THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY

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  • Dr. Fauci is dedicated to public service, formed at Jesuit high school March 30, 2020
    By Peter Feuerherd  Catholic News Service Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has emerged for many as the voice of reason and integrity as the nation confronts the novel coronavirus pandemic. Much of … Continue reading →
  • Papal academy says solidarity among ethical responses needed in pandemic March 30, 2020
    By Carol Glatz  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The COVID-19 pandemic has caught entire communities and nations off guard, and the best way to tackle this global crisis is together as a global family, the Pontifical Academy for … Continue reading →
  • Pope offers Mass for those living in fear of pandemic March 30, 2020
    By Junno Arocho Esteves  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis offered his daily morning Mass for those who find themselves living in fear of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world. “Let us pray today for the many … Continue reading →
  • Pope joins U.N. call for immediate global cease-fire March 30, 2020
    By Carol Glatz  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Saying conflicts can never be resolved with war, Pope Francis added his support to a U.N. appeal for a global cease-fire amid the worldwide threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. “May … Continue reading →
  • Update: Across Europe, churches offer empty facilities to help fight COVID-19 March 30, 2020
    By Catholic News Service ROME (CNS) — In addition to expanding shelters for the homeless during Italy’s COVID-19 lockdown, Catholic dioceses and parishes are offering rooms to medical personnel exhausted by long hours at work or who will not go home … Continue reading →
  • Priority on economy over people may lead to ‘viral genocide,’ pope warns March 30, 2020
    By Junno Arocho Esteves  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Countries fighting the coronavirus pandemic could face deadly consequences if they focus on protecting their economies more than their own people, Pope Francis said. In a handwritten letter sent … Continue reading →
  • Italian government clarifies lockdown rules for churches March 30, 2020
    By Cindy Wooden  Catholic News Service ROME (CNS) — While many churches in Italy remain open, visiting a church to pray is not a valid excuse for leaving one’s home during Italy’s COVID-19 lockdown, said a note from the Ministry … Continue reading →
  • Pope calls for heartfelt compassion for those impacted by COVID-19 March 30, 2020
    By Carol Glatz  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — With so much suffering associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis asked people to reflect on whether they were feeling real compassion and sorrow for what was happening. It is … Continue reading →
  • Some tout DACA recipients as key in COVID-19 fight March 29, 2020
    By Rhina Guidos  Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — The video begins with a nurse named Sol, a beneficiary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, who was brought to the United States at age 9. Today, … Continue reading →
  • Masses, Stations of the Cross, meditations in livestreams, on YouTube March 28, 2020
    By Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Here is a sampling of Masses, Stations of the Cross, meditations and other devotions being livestreamed by dioceses and other groups around country: Eastern Time Zone Diocese of Portland, Maine: https://portlanddiocese.org/live-streamed-masses Archdiocese of Boston’s … Continue reading →
  • Coronavirus means quiet times for maritime ministers in U.S., Canada March 27, 2020
    By Dennis Sadowski  Catholic News Service CLEVELAND (CNS) — Cargo ships from around the world may be docking at the port of Charleston, South Carolina, but for Deacon Paul Rosenblum, the days are pretty quiet. As the lone port minister … Continue reading →
  • Catholic nurses often only spiritual connection to hospitalized patients March 27, 2020
    By Tom Tracy  Catholic News Service WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CNS) — A tightening of some hospital visitor restrictions on religious ministers and patient family members has begun as the coronavirus pandemic ramps up around the U.S. “It has been … Continue reading →

CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE REPORTS FULLY, FAIRLY AND FREELY ON THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE CHURCH IN THE WORLD TODAY

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