Christ Present in Word and Charity Rediscovered in Times of Pandemic

“Without Sunday Mass, without the Eucharist, meeting at home with one’s families in prayer has led us to reflect with a new vision. We are experiencing what is ‘normal’ in the most remote areas of the world where our brothers and sisters see a priest once a month, or...

Christians and Muslims to Unite in Prayer on May 14, 2020

Lebanese Christians and Muslims invite their compatriots to join on the day of “Prayer for humanity” promoted by the Higher Committee for Human Fraternity on Thursday, May 14, with the intention of asking God, with prayers, fasting, and good charity, to save humanity...

Threatened Pygmies Fear Arrival of Covid-19

The news came through on 14 March 2020 – the first known case of infection with Covid-19 had been detected in Brazzaville. In response, the Congolese government had imposed a general lockdown on the entire population. “We are extremely concerned for the Pygmy...

Mass in Memory of Father Alphonse de Valk

The pro-life Mass in memory of Fr. Alphonse de Valk C.S.B at will take place his evening, Wednesday at 6 p.m. EST, followed by the virtual Candlelight Vigil for victims of abortion which starts at 8:00 p.m. EST. Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Coronavirus Update: What Every Catholic Needs to Know

By Coronavirus Update | Updated May 13 at 5:24 p.m. Eastern. Recent Stories May 12: Six Retired Jesuits Died of Coronavirus at Order’s Philadelphia Infirmary (Perry West/CNA) May 12: Federal Judge Blocks Kentucky Governor’s… Read the Whole Article at its...

Head of Vatican Finances: No Default but ‘Difficult Years’ Ahead

By Edward Pentin | The Vatican is not at risk of default but has “difficult years ahead” and could lose nearly a half of its annual revenue due to the coronavirus, the head of Vatican finances has said. In a May 13 Vatican News… Read the Whole Article at its...