In an April 15 video message, Pope Francis encouraged bishops in Brazil to remain united to overcome “one of the most difficult trials” in their country’s history.”
With millions of Americans either out of work or experiencing loss of income because of the pandemic, women religious nationwide are banding together to provide financially for those currently facing a housing crisis.
National Catholic Educational Association presenter spoke to educators about bullying trends in schools during COVID-19.
Priests in the Archdiocese look back at how they ministered throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as it turns from grief to hope.
During his trip to Iraq, the pope left a donation of $350,000 with the local church to help poor families.
As Catholics entered Holy Week, Archbishop José H. Gomez reflected on how again the celebration is happening in the midst of a pandemic.
Statistics for Italy in 2020 showed continued low birth rates, fewer marriages and record highs for deaths, trends all affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pope said the problems facing today’s world should awaken “in every priest an authentic compassion, both for the sheep entrusted to him and for those who have gone astray.”