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‘It spreads so fast;’ Coronavirus hits 15 members of one Iowa...

DAVENPORT, Iowa -- As Alicia Nava flipped through family photographs the morning of July 25, she said solemnly from behind a floral print mask,...

Help a neighbor, visit grandparents as part of Lent, Iowa pastor...

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Holy Cross-Blessed Sacrament sixth-graders started Lent on Valentine’s Day— sort of. Father Daniel Rupp, pastor of Blessed Sacrament Church in Sioux...

Iowa bishop says diocese stands ‘in solidarity’ with police after officers...

  DES MOINES, Iowa — In response to the fatal shootings Nov. 2 of two police officers, Bishop Richard E. Pates of Des Moines said...

Iowa priest donating a kidney to his friend, a religious brother

BALLTOWN, Iowa — Christian Brother Stephen William Markham and Father Scott Bullock already shared a strong spiritual bond as two men who have dedicated...

‘Live your life by faith,’ former NFL coach tells Catholic group

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Football may be Herm Edwards' forte, but in a keynote address to Catholic school supporters in the Diocese of Sioux...

‘Nuns on the Bus’ tour gets a boost from Biden

DES MOINES, Iowa — “We the people, we the voters” is the theme of the third “Nuns on the Bus” tour, which kicked off...

East Jerusalem tour heightens U.S. bishops’ awareness of complexities

Catholic News Service JERUSALEM — U.S. bishops visiting the Holy Land said a tour and briefing about the situation in East Jerusalem heightened their awareness...

Catholic Charities agencies helping storm-damaged southern U.S.

Catholic News Service Catholic Charities agencies were on the ground assessing damage after a series of storms with deadly tornadoes and massive floods swept through...

U.S. bishop visits Gaza, calls residents’ situation ‘intolerable’

Catholic News Service JERUSALEM — A U.S. bishop who traveled into the Gaza Strip called the situation there “intolerable” and said it must be “addressed...

Seattle parishes can gather signatures for marriage referendum

SEATTLE — Now that the Easter triduum has passed, parishes in the Archdiocese of Seattle are free to participate in gathering signatures for a...

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