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The coronavirus pandemic has greatly affected the nation's economic health, leading some to wonder how it can be dealt with.
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"It's an act of offering, knowing that God is there, taking charge of all of us. Our faith is not an idea. It's not just an ideology. There is nothing magical. It's a relationship with a person," he said.
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At an April 29 forum at Santa Clara University, business leaders urged prudence with the desire to resume business activity while the pandemic is ongoing.
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On the fiftieth anniversary of the enactment of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, a livestreamed Mass sponsored by the Catholic Labor Network was offered in memory of all workers who died doing their jobs.
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The documentation being prepared for the canonization cause of Dorothy Day could be completed by sometime next year and then subsequently forwarded to the Vatican Congregation for Saints' Causes.
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A New CARA study on the priesthood examines the trend toward ordaining younger priests as compared to past years, citing factors such as cultural and immigration variables.
New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan celebrates Easter Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral April 12, 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. (CNS photo/Jeenah Moon, Reuters)
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In an appearance on the CBS news magazine, "60 Minutes" Easter Sunday, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York reflected on what Easter has meant for people of faith during the pandemic.
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Pope Francis' favorability numbers are up among Catholics who are, or lean, Democratic, as well as those who are, or lean, Republican.
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The coronavirus crisis is changing many religious observances, including Palm Sunday.
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Outreach efforts continue in large part, but with creative twists, according to Catholic Charities affiliates and other church-run social service agencies throughout the United States.