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March 13, 2020
Catholic News Agency
Portland’s archbishop encouraged parishes with high Sunday Mass attendance to consider adding more Masses
March 12, 2020
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Entrance to the parish and other churches of Rome is now forbidden to the general public
March 12, 2020
Isaac Withers
You can now unite yourself to the rededication from home
March 12, 2020
Christopher R. Altieri
Mass at the old basilica in the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Divine Love began about as close to punctually as usual for Rome, just after twilight had given way to night. The sun had set a little over three quarters of an hour earlier, with its last light bathing the horizon in the colour
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
A friend of mine lost her father to Covid the other day, but long before he died he had only been able to see his family through the window of his care home. It was to protect other residents and staff, of course, but it was a lonely end to life for the father of
January 01, 1970
Gertrude Clarke
A friend of mine lost her father to Covid the other day, but long before he died he had only been able to see his family through the window of his care home. It was to protect other residents and staff, of course, but it was a lonely end to life for the father of
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