Update: CDC head ‘not shy about his Catholic faith,’ says Baltimore pastor
Dr. Robert Redfield, a Catholic who is director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies about coronavirus preparedness and response to the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington March 11, 2020. (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts, Reuters)

Update: CDC head ‘not shy about his Catholic faith,’ says Baltimore pastor

Dr. Robert Redfield, a Catholic who is director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, testifies about coronavirus preparedness and response to the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee…

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Masses on TV, social media provide alternatives to closed church doors
A viewer watches a livestream Mass from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore celebrated by Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori and a few concelebrants March 15, 2020. All Sunday Masses in the Archdiocese of Baltimore were canceled amid coronavirus pandemic concerns. At one point nearly 1,800 people were watching the live feed, which exceeds the capacity of the cathedral. (CNS photo/Ann M. Augherton, Arlington Herald) See MASSES-PRIVATE-LIVESTREAMED March 16, 2020.

Masses on TV, social media provide alternatives to closed church doors

A viewer watches a livestream Mass from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore celebrated by Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori and a few concelebrants March 15, 2020. All…

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Summit held to address church’s ‘twin crises’ of abuse, leadership failure
Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory addresses the 2020 Catholic Partnership Summit in Washington Feb. 28, 2020. The Catholic Leadership Roundtable was organized to respond to the clergy sexual abuse crisis through a new culture of leadership in the church. (CNS photo/Ralph Alswang, courtesy Leadership Roundtable) See ROUNDTABLE-SUMMIT-LEADERSHIP-ABUSE March 16, 2020.

Summit held to address church’s ‘twin crises’ of abuse, leadership failure

Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory addresses the 2020 Catholic Partnership Summit in Washington Feb. 28, 2020. The Catholic Leadership Roundtable was organized to respond to the clergy sexual abuse crisis…

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