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Organizations such as Catholic Relief Services face complications in helping the communities because of the ongoing pandemic restrictions set by local governments.
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The needs of Native Americans during the pandemic are of special concern and humanitarian agencies such as Doctors Without Borders are alerting everyone to that fact.
Bishop John E. Stowe of Lexington, Ky., is captured on camera for livestream as he celebrates Palm Sunday Mass in his diocese's nearly empty Cathedral of Christ the King April 5, 2020, amid the coronavirus pandemic. (CNS photo/Deacon Skip Olson, courtesy Diocese of Lexington)
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Bishop John E. Stowe, of Lexington, Ky., reflects on what being a pastor is like during a pandemic.
Bishop John E. Stowe of Lexington, Ky., celebrates Palm Sunday Mass in his diocese's nearly empty Cathedral of Christ the King April 5, 2020, amid the coronavirus pandemic. (CNS photo/Deacon Skip Olson, courtesy Diocese of Lexington)
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During the pandemic, the American Catholic Church is adapting in how to celebrate the Liturgy by broadcasting livestream Masses and other religious services.
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The bishops' statement said that "conditions of their immigration visas can make them unwilling or unable to speak out about a need for protection due to the threat of losing their job."
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In mid-April, the Iowa Department of Health pointed out that Latinos made up almost 20% of New York State residents with confirmed COVID-19, even though they're 6.2% of the population.
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DACA was implemented in 2012 under an executive order from President Barack Obama, but in 2017, the Trump administration rescinded it and its future is now in the hands of the Supreme Court of the United States
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Guatemalan authorities recently said the U.S. sent a plane of deportees to the country with the majority of them carrying the coronavirus, which causes COVID-19.
Damaged buildings and vehicles in Monroe, La., are seen in the aftermath of a tornado April 12, 2020. The National Weather Service reported April 13 that more than 30 tornadoes ripped across Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. (CNS photo/Peter Tuberville, social media via Reuters)
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"This Easter Monday began with the sad news that storms swept through multiple states in the South overnight, killing at least 19 people at the time of this statement across Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas and South Carolina," they said.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow in the U.S. faster than anywhere else in the world, the Catholic bishop of El Paso, Texas, is asking local authorities to release nonviolent migrants at his local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities.