Hebda: Catholics ‘depend on the Eucharist,’ and Masses will resume

Denver Newsroom, May 21, 2020 / 05:36 pm (CNA).- The day after announcing that parishes in Minnesota can ignore a statewide order on religious gatherings, the Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis explained the pastoral motive for his decision. Catholics “really...

Mexican priest who survived COVID: God acts in the midst of suffering

Mexico City, Mexico, May 21, 2020 / 04:55 pm (CNA).- When Fr. Antonio Pérez Hernández was recently hospitalized with COVID-19, he said he was able to witness firsthand how God is present in the midst of suffering. The priest shared his experience in a recent video...

Caritas Plants Trees and Hope in Pakistan

When Cardinal Joseph Coutts, president of Caritas Pakistan, planted a humble olive tree in Lahore in 2016, he was laying the foundations of hope for future generations. Pakistan is the fifth country in the world most affected by climate change, according to the Global...

Havana’s First Catholic Church in Final Phase

As Ricardo Mínguez speaks, his eyes start to fill with tears as he recalls the hardships and sufferings they have been through in the past. They have been waiting for over 25 years for this, and many of those who embarked on this venture “have left the country or are...

Chicago police fine Pentecostal churches for violating 10-person limit

CNA Staff, May 21, 2020 / 03:10 pm (CNA).- Three churches in Chicago have been fined after defying an order banning services of more than 10 people on Sunday, May 17. A former mayoral candidate, who attended one of the services, has said that he will pay the fines. ...

Who We Are Or Whose We Are

Jill Michelle Douglas ponders a different way of thinking about her own identity as well as the common identity we all share. Read the Whole Article at its Original Source