August 20, 2021
Pope Francis has encouraged Catholics to receive a vaccine against coronavirus as an “act of love”. In a video message, the Holy Father joined with the bishops from the Americas to urge the faithful not to hesitate about getting a protective jab. “Thanks to God’s grace and to the work of many, we now have
August 12, 2021
Denver Newsroom, Aug 11, 2021 / 17:32 pm Amid disagreement among Catholic leaders over whether there is a moral obligation to receive a coronavirus vaccine, board members at the National Catholic Bioethics Center have told CNA that Blase Cardinal Cupich has urged that the center retract its guidance against mandated immunization. One board member told
August 01, 2021
Last week I joined a Glastonbury walking group under the thoughtful and intelligent guidance of warbling Guy Hayward, founder of the British Pilgrimage Trust. We began and ended in the spotless quietude of St Margaret’s Chapel by the Magdalene alms houses. Beautiful countryside, good company and fine vistas, but the trip has inspired me to
March 04, 2021
Denver Newsroom, Mar 4, 2021 / 04:24 pm MT (CNA).- Bishops across the United States have weighed in with varied guidance for their flocks amid renewed debate over the morality of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, which received emergency FDA authorization last weekend. 
February 23, 2021
Argentinian Bishop Oscar Vicente Ojea spoke out against the “politicisation" of the Covid-19 vaccine after Argentina’s health minister resigned amid accusations that he gave vaccines out as political favours.
February 12, 2021
In a statement released on Thursday, the South African Bishops conference praised president Cyril Ramaphosa’s clarification of his herd immunity policy on 1st February.
February 09, 2021
South Africa has had to halt its vaccine roll out after just a week after report found that the vaccine may not be a match for a new variant identified in the country.
February 09, 2021
A Filipino priest has made it his mission to cater for the spiritual and medical wellbeing of his flock.
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