Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeJuly 10, 2020
U.S. bishops: “The Paycheck Protection Program was designed to protect the jobs of Americans from all walks of life, regardless of whether they work for for-profit or non-profit employers, faith-based or secular.”
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeJuly 02, 2020
Increasingly brutal attacks on Christian villages have been explained as the result of conflict over diminishing resources.
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeJune 26, 2020
Dr. Shacham has a simple message for people eager to return to church as other social interactions appear to be restored. Do not be confused. The safest course of action, Dr. Shacham emphasized, continues to be to stay at home unless you have to venture out.
Politics & Society ExplainerKevin ClarkeJune 17, 2020
The administration's final rule for section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act was deplored by advocates for L.G.B.T. rights, but welcomed by the U.S. bishops to “restore the rights of health care providers.”
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeJune 12, 2020
“The blueprint for transformation and liberation is already available,” she said. “The question that remains is: Will those in power use it?”
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Bishops call racism a ‘real and present danger’ in aftermath of death of George Floyd in MinneapolisKevin ClarkeMay 29, 2020
“We cannot turn a blind eye to these atrocities and yet still try to profess to respect every human life,” the bishops said. “We serve a God of love, mercy, and justice.”
Politics & Society NewsKevin ClarkeMay 21, 2020
Another near-invisible community similarly faces a serious and disproportionate threat from Covid-19; the people who live and work behind bars in the United States.
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How India’s lockdown and poor public health system complicate Catholic hospitals’ struggle against Covid-19Kevin ClarkeMay 21, 2020
On March 25, hoping to suppress the spread of the coronavirus, India began the world’s largest lockdown, affecting 1.3 billion people. But the sudden move to close down all but essential services threw millions out of work and began a desperate exodus of migrant and day laborers out of the big
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin ClarkeMay 20, 2020
As much as 75 percent of Lebanon’s population is in need of emergency assistance.