Have mercy on the dying!

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Ohio AG: abortion clinics can't use resources needed for coronavirus fight

Columbus, Ohio, Mar 23, 2020 / 05:13 pm (CNA).- Ohio’s abortion clinics are wrongly using resources that should be conserved for health care workers fighting the new coronavirus, and these clinics must halt all “non-essential or elective” surgical abortions, the Ohio...

This year’s National March for Life may become an online event

There will be some sort of national March for Life event on May 14, but whether there will be an actual march through the streets of the nation’s capital and a rally of thousands of pro-life Canadians at Parliament Hill is still to be determined. Read the Whole...

Quarantine!

Benedict Ambrose and I listened to the Prime Minister’s speech when he gave it at 8:30 PM (GMT). What a good thing we visited the Blessed Sacrament in our geographical-parish church when we could, for the doors will almost certainly be locked tomorrow....

Newark archdiocese campaigns for parishes facing coronavirus cash crunch

Newark, N.J., Mar 23, 2020 / 04:00 pm (CNA).- The Archdiocese of Newark is working with GoFundMe Charity to encourage Catholics to support their parishes online during the COVID-19 outbreak. Many parishes have suffered a sharp drop in donations following the loss of...

Boris Johnson orders churches to shut, prohibits baptisms and weddings

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered places of worship to shut and prohibited baptisms and weddings, in a series of dramatic measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Johnson announced that, from Monday evening, people must stay at home except for...

Prison chaplains adapt as coronavirus limits their ministry

Washington D.C., Mar 23, 2020 / 03:01 pm (CNA).- The worldwide outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) is beginning to touch one of the populations in the United States most vulnerable to disease: the incarcerated. A growing number of prisons in the US have confirmed cases...

Catholic Architect Shows Why Churches Should Be Truly Beautiful

By Trent Beattie | Churches may be closing to the faithful amid the coronavirus outbreak, but the spiritual sustenance they provide continues with livestreamed Masses, prayer services and processions, which… Read the Whole Article at its Original...