It is unfortunate that Mr. Trump chose to politicize the call, which is his wont, but the bishops made a good tactical choice.
No country can be safe from the coronavirus as long as any nation is unable to resist it with all the resources it can muster or all the resources that, in mercy, can be shared with it.
There is an ominous and spreading threat to any restoration of vibrant community in many of our parishes, for one simple reason: a shortage of money.
Traditional values can help individuals stay out of poverty, writes Kathleen Porter-Magee, and Catholic schools are still teaching them—resisting the slogan “do what feels good.”
Migrants from Haiti, Central America and Venezuela have been caught in the middle of their journeys by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Latin American church is building up its support structure to respond to this emerging crisis.