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by Kate Olivera Denver Newsroom, Jan 19, 2022 / 14:17 pm A Catholic health care system in Wisconsin is no longer including race as a factor in determining a patient’s eligibility for COVID-19 treatments. SSM Health and its affiliates use a risk scoring calculator to determine a patient’s eligibility for

by Courtney Mares Vatican City, Jan 18, 2022 / 07:05 am Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Archbishop Edgar Peña Parra have tested positive for COVID-19, the Holy See press office confirmed on Tuesday. Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State, has “very mild” symptoms, while his Venezuelan substitute, Peña Parra, is asymptomatic,

by CNA Staff Vatican City, Jan 12, 2022 / 02:55 am Pope Francis prayed on Wednesday for workers “crushed by an unbearable burden” amid the COVID-19 recession. At his Jan. 12 general audience in the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall, the pope asked for a moment’s silence for workers who took their lives

by Katie Yoder, Shannon Mullen Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 7, 2022 / 16:34 pm Conservative Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical during oral arguments Friday challenging two Biden administration COVID-19 mandates meant to prod millions of additional Americans to be vaccinated against the virus. Hanging in the balance are the working lives

by Joe Bukuras Boston, Mass., Dec 22, 2021 / 04:00 am A Catholic psychiatrist and medical ethicist who is suing the University of California for denying him a natural immunity exemption from its COVID-19 vaccination mandate has been fired for refusing to be vaccinated. Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a psychiatry professor

Father Jan Schmidt at the Basilica of the Pilar in Zaragosa Spain (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Thursday, December 9, 2021: Dominick Albano & Jessica Rinaudo interview Father Jan Schmidt Thursday, December 2, 2021: Dominick Albano interview Kara Ross, Respect Life Thursday, November 20, 2021: Dominick Albano and Jennifer Schack interview Katie Englefield, Marriage Evangelization Thursday, November 11, 2021: Dominick Albano and Jennifer Schack interview Sister Marie-Cecil

by Joe Bukuras New York City, N.Y., Dec 8, 2021 / 17:05 pm The Archdiocese of New York is awaiting formal notification of the city’s mandate that private school teachers be vaccinated against COVID-19 before determining its response to the directive. “We are aware of Mayor de Blasio’s announcement regarding

by Christine Rousselle South Bend, Ind., Dec 8, 2021 / 15:01 pm The University of Notre Dame will require all its students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster in order to attend classes on or off campus, the school announced on Monday, Dec. 6. Students received an email announcing the

by Courtney Mares Rome Newsroom, Dec 1, 2021 / 08:30 am Catholic bishops in the Netherlands have decided to cancel Christmas Midnight Masses once again this year as a precaution to stop the spread of COVID-19. The Dutch bishops announced on Dec. 1 that no Catholic Masses or other parish

by CNA Staff Denver Newsroom, Nov 8, 2021 / 16:55 pm A married father of three from the Diocese of Lansing claims that Blessed Solanus Casey, the humble Capuchin friar and priest, visited him twice in hospital and hastened what he believes to be a miraculous recovery from COVID-19. The