Carol Glatz

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July 31, 2020
An abusive leader may see her position as coming with "exclusive privileges," such as getting the best medical care, while the other members are not allowed to see an eye doctor or dentist because "we have to save money."
July 29, 2020
The document warns against turning the parish into a mere provider of services, said Cardinal Beniamino Stella
July 10, 2020
Despite ongoing restrictions, there are still a number of important sites, shrines and sanctuaries people can "visit" online in Europe and the Middle East.
June 10, 2020
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy appealed for help in securing the release of Ukrainian citizens being held in areas occupied by Russian or pro-Russian forces
June 03, 2020
"The one thing that can help George at this moment is prayer," Cardinal Peter Turkson said
May 09, 2020
With a number of countries in Europe slowly easing restrictions, churches are slowly re-opening, but with restrictions
April 27, 2020
At least 19 people at a Rome pontifical university tested positive for the coronavirus and six have been hospitalised for their symptoms, the rector said
April 21, 2020
Only the humble submission of each individual to the Holy Spirit can bring harmony to communities suffering from division, Pope Francis said.
April 17, 2020
All entrances were to be fortified, the Vatican fire brigade was authorised to use its equipment as water cannons,
April 05, 2020
With a small procession down the vast and empty central nave of St Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis began the first of a series of Holy Week liturgies celebrated without the presence of the general public
April 03, 2020
Google searches for "prayer" have surged worldwide in step with the surge of emerging cases of COVID-19, according to a European researcher
April 02, 2020
Remembering St John Paul II and the 15th anniversary of his death, Pope Francis encouraged people to pray for his intercession