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What place does faith have in family life right now? Laura...

Families have never been closer. Families have never been farther apart. Like many of you, I’ve been sheltering in place with my spouse and kids...

Lawn chairs, sunshine, fresh air and Mass highlight return to church...

The beautiful weather, return to church and an outdoor Mass made for a remarkable evening at St. Benedict's in Ridgely, Md. on Saturday as...

Diocese of Wilmington moves marriage-preparation class online, at least for June

The COVID-19 pandemic forced couples to rearrange or postpone weddings all over the Diocese of Wilmington, but for men and women earlier on in...

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...

Church of the Holy Child among parishes to return to public...

BRANDYWINE HUNDRED – The coronavirus pandemic cost faithful Catholics 10 weeks of attending Mass in person, but that came to an end the morning...

Divided Supreme Court chooses not to intervene in coronavirus restrictions limiting...

WASHINGTON -- A divided Supreme Court May 29 chose not to intervene in an emergency appeal by a church in Southern California to lift...

PHOTO GALLERY: Archmere Academy celebrates its seniors, who look forward to...

CLAYMONT — Archmere Academy welcomed the Class of 2020 back to campus on May 31 for a drive-through celebration, with the hope that the...

We should focus on psychological and spiritual health during COVID-19

Among the most difficult challenges in navigating the pandemic have been uncertainty and change over which we seem to have little control. From a novel...

Communities offer resources to help those in crisis during COVID-19

When our current social isolation started and the public celebration of Mass was canceled, staff at Anna Ferguson's parish in Papillion, Nebraska, got busy...

Class of 2020: It’s not what you have missed, but what...

To the Class of 2020. Gee, what was it like?  This question will be asked of the Class of 2020 multiple times as you mature...

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