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May 01, 2020
May 01, 2020
Dioceses across the United States and Canada joined together on May 1 to reconsecrate themselves to the Blessed Virgin Mary in an act of united prayer for delivery from the coronavirus pandemic
May 01, 2020
Pope Francis has raised Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle to the rank of cardinal bishop in a new sign of his esteem for the former Archbishop of Manila
May 01, 2020
The world is slowly inching towards a relaxed regime - but in Europe, tensions are rising
May 01, 2020
The Church in England and Wales is preparing for the re-opening of churches after the government lifts lockdown restrictions, bishops have said
May 01, 2020
Mass unemployment is a deeply unwelcome background for this year’s Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker, but the Catholic celebration has lessons for everyone, regardless of job situation, according to two priests
May 01, 2020
The “founding fathers” of Australian Catholicism are to be honoured with a special Mass on Sunday.
May 01, 2020
“With proper safeguards to prevent infection... it is possible to provide the Mass and the sacraments to the faithful in this period,” a group of Dominican theologians and experts on infectious diseases have said
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