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At least two states, Alabama and Washington, have been accused of drafting discriminatory guidance that would prioritize patients without disabilities over those with them, should there be a shortage of medical equipment, such as ventilators.
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In February 2019 Pope Francis held a meeting with bishops from around the world on the sexual abuse of minors.
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The confirmed number of COVID-19 deaths across Italy as of April 2 was 13,915, according to Italian health officials.
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Stephen Beale
Shifting from classroom lessons to e-learning has substantial challenges, but educational entities are coping through a variety of innovations.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA.
A total of seven confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been diagnosed among Vatican employees to date.
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The cardinal said he was troubled by stories of Catholics dying alone without the consolation of the Sacraments.
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Fr. McGovern will succeed Bishop Edward K. Braxton who was appointed as the eighth Bishop of Bellville in 2005, replacing Bishop Wilton D. Gregory, who is now Archbishop of Washington.
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Mary Farrow/CNA.
Once Father Meyer and a former classmate of his, Fr. Thomas Szydlik, came up with the idea, they sent out emails to other priests and bishops, asking them to sign up and take an hour, during which they would livestream a holy hour in front of the Blessed Sacrament in their respective churches.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA.
Pope Francis encouraged Catholics to honor the Virgin Mary as their mother, noting that Jesus himself gave her that role.
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Matt Hadro/CNA.
On March 23, Catholic University announced it would be offering royalty-free licenses on patents for Rao’s work on the bacteriophage T4 virus platform and vaccine delivery systems.
Lauretta Brown
Delayed earlier by the coronavirus pandemic, the initiative is being rolled out today.
Kathy Schiffer
‘The sacraments are the spiritual Personal Protective Equipment of Catholics,’ say the petitioners in a widely-circulated open letter. ‘They enable us to work in the field hospital of the sick and dying.’
Lauretta Brown
‘We know how important this issue is, protecting life, and we need to keep fighting,’ the outgoing representative counsels.
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