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Faith News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 18, 2020
Spiritual health also is important though and he said that during this pandemic, it is "important to prevent social isolation" even within religious communities.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 12, 2020
As of March 11, dozens of Catholic college and university leaders had announced plans to cancel public classes and offer online education amid concern over the coronavirus' spread.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 03, 2020
Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, canceled its spring break study abroad program to Italy and several colleges have posted warnings about individual travel during the break on their websites.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 02, 2020
On March 1, a man in his 40s who was on the February school trip and has not been identified as a member of the school's faculty or a chaperone, was the first Rhode Islander said to have a strain of the virus.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 21, 2020
Census forms will be mailed in late March and the count officially begins April 1. Respondents can call, email or mail their responses.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 21, 2020
In 2018, the same appeals court upheld a lower court ruling that said the cross in the city's Bayview Park had to be removed because it violated the Establishment Clause.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 18, 2020
Suzanne Van Hulle, the global public health expert for Catholic Relief Services, is paying particularly close attention to the spread of the virus, also called COVID-19, to ensure CRS staff members in Asia are safe.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service January 29, 2020
The university argued in December 2018 that the National Labor Relations Act, when read in light of the religious freedom clause of the First Amendment, does not authorize the labor board to exercise jurisdiction in this matter.
Politics & Society News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service January 21, 2020
In 2013, religious groups and houses of worship were granted a religious exemption by the Supreme Court from the government's mandate in the Affordable Care Act to include coverage of contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs in their employee health plan.
Faith News
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service January 17, 2020
In a separate proposed rule, the administration aims to protect the rights of religious student groups at public universities, giving them equal treatment with secular student groups.