Coronavirus

A Catholic sociologist has said that if women were allowed to participate in governmental affairs in Africa, their input would have an impact on how the pandemic and its associated problems are handled.
Stephanie Saldaña August 12, 2020
During Jerusalem’s lockdown, my family saw the Holy Land—and each other—with new eyes.
Pope Francis has warned that we must be careful not to let the pandemic lead us to indifference toward our fellow human beings.
Dawn Eden Goldstein August 11, 2020
In debates over coronavirus public health precautions, Catholics should consult the Angelic Doctor.
Mariatu Sankoh joins a socially distanced Catholic Relief Services food distribution in Sierra Leone (photo: Ronnie Larry Tucker/Catholic Relief Services).
Kevin Clarke August 11, 2020
Women, children, elderly people, Indigenous populations and migrants will be among those suffering the most.
Catholic News Service August 11, 2020
The Shrine of Our Lady of Knock in County Mayo, Ireland will be closed on the day of the August 15 feast due to concerns over the pandemic.