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Dr. Anthony Fauci carries Jesuit tenets ‘precision of thought, economy of...

WASHINGTON -- Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is used to addressing the country about steps to...

Catholic college graduations: No pomp, but a lot of circumstance this...

WASHINGTON — Graduation ceremonies, the hallowed traditions of colleges and universities around the country, are as upended — but also marked with creativity —...

Religious education continues in different format during COVID-19 pandemic

WASHINGTON — When parishes announced they were no longer having public Masses or church events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this brought typical religious...

If those face masks look like Catholic school uniforms, it’s because...

WASHINGTON -- When Tom Shipley, chairman of Dennis Uniform in Portland, Oregon, wondered how to respond to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, the bolts of...

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Little Sisters of the Poor, other...

WASHINGTON -- For the first time in its history, the Supreme Court announced April 13 it will conduct 10 oral arguments by teleconference in...

Appeals court lifts lower court ruling blocking federal executions, sends cases...

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court decision April 7 lifted a lower court ruling that had prevented the execution of federal death-row inmates. And although...

Delayed Supreme Court docket includes Little Sisters case against contraceptive mandate...

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court, much like the rest of the country, is putting some of its work on hold amid the restrictions of...

In the time of COVID-19, several bishops give Catholics go-ahead to...

WASHINGTON -- In the U.S., this Lent started out with some people discussing if it was acceptable to eat plant-based burgers on Fridays in...

Kathleen McChesney, director of USCCB Office of Child and Youth Protection,...

WASHINGTON -- Kathleen McChesney, a former FBI executive assistant and the first person to lead the U.S. bishops' Office of Child and Youth Protection,...

Lent and coronavirus: 40 days of practice symbolic of the season’s...

WASHINGTON — This Lent is one for the record books. Parish fish fries, prayer services, Stations of the Cross, and daily and Sunday Masses are...

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