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Monday, April 27, 2020

You must live the faith to share it well

'This is exactly what we want to be doing': A friar's life in Brooklyn during coronavirus
Fr. Brendan Buckley, OFM. Cap., had never heard of the Zoom before this past March and the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. After his home in the Diocese of Brooklyn became a...

Pope Francis urges Catholics to unite through praying the rosary in May
Pope Francis sent a letter Saturday encouraging Catholics to pray the rosary throughout May. He also shared two new prayers to implore the help of the Virgin Mary during the...

You must live the faith to share it well, Pope Francis says
To say you are a Christian while not living like one does not show people the real treasure of the faith – which we have the obligation to share, Pope Francis said at Mass..

Tornado devastates new Oklahoma Catholic Church, but Rother window unharmed 
A tornado destroyed an Oklahoma parish, and its pastor says he's lucky to be alive. But a stained-glass window of Blessed Stanley Rother was unharmed by the tornado.

Italy's bishops criticize state for keeping public Mass ban
Italy’s bishops have criticized Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte for failing to lift the ban on public Masses.

Boston archdiocese assembles teams of priests to anoint coronavirus patients
The Archdiocese of Boston has assembled groups of priests — living together in strategic locations close to hospitals— to administer the anointing of the sick to...

Hunger in Venezuela becoming 'a fuel more dangerous than gasoline'
An archbishop in Venezuela warned that desperation is growing in the country, as the national coronavirus quarantine measures have compounded a tenuous political and economic...

Pope: The 'greatest reality' is God's love, not past disappointments
Jesus invites us to live with him in the present and not to get stuck in the disappointments and ‘what ifs’ of the past, Pope Francis said in his message before the...


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