Death and Dying

A priest in Providence, Rhode Island, reflects on how ministering to patients ill with coronavirus has given him new perspective on faith and ministry.
Simcha Fisher June 23, 2020
Everything else, even their names, has been taken away from the dead, and they are reserving for their family a spot with the one thing we really need: a view of the mountain.
Richard G. Malloy June 16, 2020
In the 20th and 21st centuries, many theologians have been rethinking how we imagine God in the light of revelations of evolution and the revolutionary realizations of spacetime and quantum mechanics. It’s time for us to catch up.
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, has said that the pandemic has forced everyone to face the greatest of all fears: the fear of death and dying.
Terrance Klein May 20, 2020
In his ascension, Christ no longer limits himself in time and space. He is wherever and whenever his church seeks him in the Spirit.
Among the more than 80,000 Americans and 5,000 Canadians who have died from Covid-19 are many Catholic priests, sisters and brothers.