In the Seattle Archdiocese, the first U.S. region where the COVID-19 pandemic hit with brute force, ingenuity has been the hallmark.
As the coronavirus spreads through South America, Catholic Church leaders are calling urgently for governments to protect indigenous people.
Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda prayed over the city of St. Paul March 27 for the sick and suffering and those who care for them.
Cardinal Angelo De Donatis, the papal vicar for Rome, was hospitalized after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus.
The Vatican said defending the right to clean water is part of the Catholic Church’s promotion of the common good.
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.
Catholic nuns emerged as the unexpected heroes in the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic that killed hundreds of thousands in the United States and millions worldwide.
English Catholics rededicated their country as Mary’s Dowry “in the eye of the storm” of the coronavirus pandemic.