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U.S. dioceses demonstrate how 2020 Cares Act saved jobs, social programs,...

U.S. dioceses are crying foul over an investigative report on coronavirus relief funding they say grossly mischaracterized the Catholic Church's finances and unrestricted cash...

Mass attendance restrictions eased to 50 percent of church capacity in...

Churches in Delaware are safe to fill their houses of worship to 50 percent capacity beginning Feb. 12 after Gov. John Carney eased COVID-19...

When pandemic leaves us feeling we have nothing more to add,...

The opposite of division is multiplication. The opposite of subtraction is addition. In a time when we feel deeply divided and we've lost so much,...

Pope Francis advice to musicians: Use the silence of pandemic to...

VATICAN CITY  -- While protocols to slow the COVID-19 pandemic have silenced many concert halls and restricted the use of congregational singing in many...

Coronavirus pandemic brings new look to Ash Wednesday, but message remains...

WASHINGTON — Ash Wednesday, as with many other things right now, will have a different look at many Catholic parishes across the United States...

Women religious — many of them elderly — remain among the...

WASHINGTON -- This past year as the coronavirus cut through the United States, elderly women religious -- former teachers, nurses, social workers and pastoral...

COVID-19 vaccines are ethically sound, morally necessary to protect ourselves and...

Msgr. Renzo Pegoraro Pontifical Academy for Life People can be confident that the approved COVID-19 vaccines are safe and ethical and that receiving the vaccine is...

14 world nations survey conducted shows U.S. faith has stayed strongest...

WASHINGTON  -- According to a new poll by the Pew Research Center, more Americans say the coronavirus pandemic has strengthened their religious faith than...

Drive-through vaccination events in Georgetown, Delaware City provide doses to 11,000...

GEORGETOWN -- More than 11,000 seniors received COVID-19 vaccinations in massive drive-through events in Georgetown and Delaware City on Jan. 22-24. The three-day events were aimed...

Cardinal Wilton Gregory at coronavirus service: ‘We turn to the Lord...

WASHINGTON -- Saying the nation "reverently pauses in supplication to remember and to pray for the many thousands of people who have died from...

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