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by Hannah Brockhaus Vatican City, Jun 6, 2020 / 09:09 am MT (CNA).- The Vatican said Saturday the city state no longer has any active positive cases among employees, after a 12th person had tested positive in early May. According to the director of the Holy See press office, Matteo

With the pandemic increasing the demand for food from our neighbors in need this summer, Reds fans can still help “Strike Out Hunger” in other ways CINCINNATI, JUNE 1, 2020 – For the previous 13 years, St. Vincent de Paul and the Cincinnati Reds have partnered to “Strike Out Hunger”

by Sister Eileen Connelly When Father Rob Waller boarded Holland America Lines MS Westerdam in mid-January for a cruise to Southeast Asia, he anticipated a great adventure. What he didn’t anticipate was a COVID-19 scare that would ultimately lead to a unique bonding and prayer experience for the passengers and

The Church, like humankind in general, has faced challenges posed by disease. And where there has been suffering, Christians have responded, seeking to overcome fear and self-interest to offer spiritual, physical and material support. COMMITMENT TO CHARITY Based on Jesus’ words and example, the first Christians shared their resources to

by Perry West Denver Newsroom, Jun 5, 2020 / 03:00 am MT (CNA).- With disturbing and frightening news dominating the headlines in recent weeks, a psychologist and a priest suggested that Catholics take care to guard their psychological and spiritual health. Just as much of the country has started easing

by Christine Rousselle Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jun 3, 2020 / 02:10 pm MT (CNA).- Attorneys representing the Diocese of Madison sent a letter to Dane County and City of Madison officials on Wednesday, June 3, notifying officials they will file suit if parishes in the diocese are not permitted to

by Rebecca Sontag “Where, God, do You need me right now?” It is that simple yet incredibly profound prayer that has guided much of Tony Stieritz’s career thus far. It is a prayer that led him through his 14-year tenure as Director of Social Action for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

by Bob Wurzelbacher ON JUNE 7, CELEBRATE LIFE! Wear your favorite Cross the Bridge for Life t-shirt, obey social distancing guidelines and get outside with your family! Post a photo at facebook.com/CTBforLife The 2020 Cross the Bridge for Life, a celebration of life organized under the auspices of the Diocese

by Michelle La Rosa Denver Newsroom, Jun 2, 2020 / 12:42 am MT (CNA).- Bishop Thomas Zinkula of Davenport, Iowa has written a letter to the local homeland security chief asking for the release of three detained immigrants from Guatemala. The bishop says that the three men are non-violent offenders