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June 16, 2020
Catholic churches across England were permitted to reopen on Monday for the first time since March 23, but most remained closed due to strict health and safety guidelines. The country’s Catholic bishops have required that churches reopening for private prayer must first install hand sanitising facilities and ensure that a minimum of two trained stewards
May 24, 2020
At noon today, Catholics around the world are invited to recite the “Common Prayer for the 5th Anniversary of Laudato si“. This “Global Prayer” event marks the culmination of Laudato si’ week celebrations and the beginning of a new Anniversary Year for Pope Francis’ encyclical on the care for our common home. The ongoing pandemic
May 20, 2020
Catholic churches in Northern Ireland started to open their doors yesterday
May 20, 2020
Schools 'must be provided with clear information,' the Director of the Catholic Education Service said
May 19, 2020
The UK Government’s phased plan to lift the coronavirus lockdown leaves churches closed until at least July 4, over a month after non-essential retail reopens and many children return to school.
May 19, 2020
The Church in Lebanon has announced that it will make its land freely available to citizens struggling to provide for themselves during the coronavirus crisis.
May 15, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken the very foundations of the global economy – and raised questions about basic moral principles as well as immediate practical issues. To help with both, the Vatican has created a commission to offer guidelines for a socio-economic response, one that provides “care for the whole human family facing the Covid-19
May 12, 2020
In a statement released yesterday evening, May 11, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales responded to new government coronavirus guidelines on the easing of current lockdown restrictions. The Bishops raised concerns that the new measures, which keep places of worship closed until at least July 4, “fail to recognise” the needs of the
May 01, 2020
The world is slowly inching towards a relaxed regime - but in Europe, tensions are rising
April 28, 2020
International institutions are putting the idea into practice - but have they gone far enough?
April 20, 2020
Tyler J VanderWeele is the Loeb Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard University, where he is Director of the Human Flourishing Program and Co-Director of the Initiative on Health, Religion and Spirituality. Last week Prof VanderWeele sat down with the Catholic Herald for a Zoom interview, which has been edited for length and clarity, to discuss
April 11, 2020
Three bishops discussed the challenges facing churches - as well as charities and prisons
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