The Vatican has said Pope Francis does not have the coronavirus, and that recent testing of 170 Holy See employees for COVID-19 resulted in only one new case.
Pope Francis prayed on Saturday for everyone who is going hungry, or who will go hungry, because of the coronavirus pandemic
A deserted St Peter’s Square was the setting for a remarkable prayer service
“When evening had come” (Mk 4:35). The Gospel passage we have just heard begins like this.
Pope Francis invites the world’s faithful to pray with him for an end to the coronavirus pandemic, and receive the benediction urbi et orbi.
All ceremonies will take place inside St Peter’s Basilica and without the presence of the public
Pope Francis has entrusted the Office of Papal Charities with 30 ventilators to be distributed to 30 hospitals in need, the Vatican has announced
The new case takes the number of coronavirus-positive diagnoses inside the Vatican to five.
The Pope asked the Lord for help in bearing these worries
The miraculous crucifix at which Pope Francis prayed on Sunday for an end to the coronavirus has been taken down from its altar and transported to St Peter’s Square, so it can be present on Friday during the pontiff’s benediction “Urbi et Orbi.”
The CDF has issued two decrees giving new Eucharistic prefaces and provision for the celebration of more recently canonised saints in the Traditional Latin Mass
Pope Francis leads Catholics in joining Christians of all Churches and confessions worldwide in praying for an end to the coronavirus pandemic.