U.S. Eastern Catholic bishops thank pope for lifting ban on married priests
Pope Francis meets with U.S. bishops from the Eastern Catholic Churches in the United States during their "ad limina" visits to the Vatican Feb. 20, 2020. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) See POPE-ADLIMINA-FIFTEEN Feb. 20, 2020.

U.S. Eastern Catholic bishops thank pope for lifting ban on married priests

https://youtu.be/nNyplhsn2EI VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis "is a father who knows very well his daughters and sons," including those who belong to the Eastern Catholic churches, said the Armenian…

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U.K. bishop tells priests to remind EU citizens to fill out applications
A European Union flag and British Union flag are seen at Parliament Square in London June 19, 2016. The United Kingdom left the EU Jan. 31 following a June 2016 referendum on membership of the now 27-member bloc. (CNS photo/Neil Hall, Reuters) See BRITAIN-BREXIT-SCHEME Feb. 20, 2020.

U.K. bishop tells priests to remind EU citizens to fill out applications

A European Union flag and British Union flag are seen at Parliament Square in London June 19, 2016. The United Kingdom left the EU Jan. 31 following a June 2016…

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Vietnamese priest serves villagers quarantined for coronavirus
Teachers wear protective masks while attending an online study training course during the coronavirus outbreak in Hanoi, Vietnam, Feb. 15, 2020. (CNS photo/Kham, Reuters) See CORONAVIRUS-VIETNAM-PRIEST Feb. 19, 2020.

Vietnamese priest serves villagers quarantined for coronavirus

Teachers wear protective masks while attending an online study training course during the coronavirus outbreak in Hanoi, Vietnam, Feb. 15, 2020. CNS photo/Kham, Reuters. HANOI, Vietnam (CNS) -- A Vietnamese…

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‘Laudato Si” at five: Project seeks to foster prayerful climate action
Grizzly bears search for migrating salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska's Katmai National Park Sept. 21, 2019. The Catholic Climate Covenant has initiated the Catholic Climate Project, designed to shape a churchwide movement to respond to the challenges posed by climate change. (CNS photo/Naomi Boak, National Park Service handout via Reuters) See CATHOLIC-CLIMATE-PROJECT Feb. 20, 2020.

‘Laudato Si” at five: Project seeks to foster prayerful climate action

Grizzly bears search for migrating salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska's Katmai National Park Sept. 21, 2019. The Catholic Climate Covenant has initiated the Catholic Climate Project, designed to shape…

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2020 census is counting on religious leaders to promote participation
Leading up to the 2020 census, which officially begins April 1, the U.S. Census Bureau is calling on religious leaders to encourage their congregations to participate in the count that occurs every 10 years. "You are your community's most trusted voice," Steven Dillingham, Census Bureau director, told a group of interfaith leaders at the Washington National Cathedral Feb. 18. (CNS photo/courtesy United States Census Bureau) See CENSUS-RELIGIOUS Feb. 20, 2020.

2020 census is counting on religious leaders to promote participation

Leading up to the 2020 census, which officially begins April 1, the U.S. Census Bureau is calling on religious leaders to encourage their congregations to participate in the count that…

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Faith and the workplace not mutually exclusive, say conference speakers
Andrew Abela, dean of the Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America in Washington, speaks Feb. 14, 2020, during a conference at the university on "Bringing Your Faith To Work." (CNS photo/courtesy The Catholic University of America) See BRINGING-FAITH-TO-WORK Feb. 19, 2020.

Faith and the workplace not mutually exclusive, say conference speakers

By Kurt Jensen Catholic News Service Andrew Abela, dean of the Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America in Washington, speaks Feb. 14, 2020, during a conference at…

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