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Survey of United States bishops reveals coronavirus pandemic has shaken diocesan,...

CLEVELAND -- Nearly every bishop responding to a survey said the coronavirus pandemic has seriously affected the celebration of the sacraments and rites and...

The Ribbon 2020 commemorates 75th anniversary of atomic bombings

CLEVELAND — Nuclear disarmament proponents are returning to a creative and hope-filled tradition dating back 35 years to deliver messages of peace to the...

Vatican Observatory astronomer Father Chris Corbally becomes latest to have an...

CLEVELAND -- One more Jesuit has had an asteroid named for him. Father Chris Corbally, a stellar astronomer at the Vatican Observatory, has had his...

President Trump visits St. John Paul II National Shrine on...

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited the St. John Paul II National Shrine June 2 shortly before he was expected to...

Nancy Pelosi-backed Heroes Act would restrict support for Catholic school students

CLEVELAND -- Catholic leaders expressed deep reservations about a new $3 trillion tax cut and spending bill in response to the economic fallout caused...

Church life expected to reflect safe practices when public Masses resume

CLEVELAND — When public Masses and the celebration of the sacraments resume in dioceses where they were suspended, the look and feel of worship...

Laudato Si’ at five: Dioceses in the U.S. embrace Pope Francis’...

CLEVELAND (CNS) -- The Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis is "greening." So are the dioceses of Stockton, California; Joliet, Illinois; and others across...

SBA Paycheck Protection Program allows church entities to keep staff employed

CLEVELAND -- The federal small-business loan program created in response to the coronavirus pandemic has allowed the Diocese of Nashville, Tennessee, to keep all...

Prepare now for post-coronavirus pandemic parish ministry, national church professionals emphasize

CLEVELAND -- While church lockdowns remain the norm in much of the country, parish management and ministry professionals say now is the time for...

CARES Act expected to offer emergency aid to Catholic agencies

CLEVELAND -- Catholic hospitals, parish schools and charitable agencies are among the entities hoping to receive partial relief under a massive $2.2 trillion emergency...

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