Bishop Mark J. Seitz of El Paso, Texas, is asking local authorities to release nonviolent migrants at his local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local churches and individuals must do more to help and to protect the elderly from loneliness and infection during the coronavirus pandemic.
Google searches for “prayer” have surged worldwide in step with the surge of emerging cases of COVID-19, according to a European researcher.
In the Seattle Archdiocese, the first U.S. region where the COVID-19 pandemic hit with brute force, ingenuity has been the hallmark.
Catholic dioceses and religious orders across Europe are offering to turn church facilities into spaces needed for health care or housing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As people throughout the U.S. self-isolate and retreat from daily life amid the COVID-19 pandemic, priests and women religious have become beacons of hope globally as they mobilize in unconventional ways.
Amid the pandemic, health care professionals are urged to take special care of their own physical, mental and spiritual health.