On St. Joseph feast day, pope prays for workers, employers
Pope Francis raises a monstrance during eucharistic benediction at the end of Mass May 1, 2020, in the chapel of his Vatican residence, the Domus Sanctae Marthae. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) See POPE-MASS-WORKERS of May 1, 2020.

On St. Joseph feast day, pope prays for workers, employers

Pope Francis raises a monstrance during eucharistic benediction at the end of Mass May 1, 2020, in the chapel of his Vatican residence, the Domus Sanctae Marthae. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)…

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Update: Catholic bioethicist: COVID-19 vaccine could be question of conscience
A scientist working on the team developing the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine pours fluids at the Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility in Oxford, England, Feb. 14, 2020. (CNS photo/Sean Elias, handout via Reuters) See COVID-ANSCOMBE-VACCINE April 29, 2020.

Update: Catholic bioethicist: COVID-19 vaccine could be question of conscience

A scientist working on the team developing the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine pours fluids at the Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility in Oxford, England, Feb. 14, 2020. CNS photo/Sean Elias, handout via Reuters…

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Build emotional capital to fight COVID-19, Catholic psychologists say
A man covers his face with his T-shirt as he waits to receive goods from volunteers during food and water distribution in Accra, Ghana, April 4, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. (CNS photo/Francis Kokoroko, Reuters) See COVID-GHANA-EMOTIONS April 29, 2020.

Build emotional capital to fight COVID-19, Catholic psychologists say

A man covers his face with his T-shirt as he waits to receive goods from volunteers during food and water distribution in Accra, Ghana, April 4, 2020, during the COVID-19…

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Dioceses reviewing best, safest options for return of public Masses
A man prays March 21, 2020, at St. Patrick Church in Huntington, N.Y., during the coronavirus pandemic. Church life is expected to reflect new practices when public Masses resume. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz, Long Island Catholic) See PUBLIC-MASSES and DIOCESES-SAFE-MASSES April 30, 2020.

Dioceses reviewing best, safest options for return of public Masses

A man prays March 21, 2020, at St. Patrick Church in Huntington, N.Y., during the coronavirus pandemic. Church life is expected to reflect new practices when public Masses resume. CNS…

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Go slow in reopening, two business leaders advise at Santa Clara forum
A man passes by a boarded up restaurant in New York City April 29, 2020, with a sign suggesting it will reopen for business once it's safe in the coronavirus pandemic climate. Santa Clara University recently hosted an ethics discussion about when and how businesses should reopen. (CNS photo/Brendan McDermid, Reuters) See SANTA-CLARA-BUSINESS-REOPEN April 30, 2020.

Go slow in reopening, two business leaders advise at Santa Clara forum

A man passes by a boarded up restaurant in New York City April 29, 2020, with a sign suggesting it will reopen for business once it's safe in the coronavirus…

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Sister Chappell: Church needs to address disparity in ethnic communities
Boys ride their bikes past boarded-up and abandoned row of houses in Baltimore, Md., May 26, 2019. (CNS photo/Stephanie Keith, Reuters) See IN-DEPTH-COVID-DISPARITY-SIDEBAR April 29, 2020.

Sister Chappell: Church needs to address disparity in ethnic communities

Boys ride their bikes past boarded-up and abandoned row of houses in Baltimore, Md., May 26, 2019. CNS photo/Stephanie Keith, Reuters WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The way ethnic communities have been…

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Pathways donations will help fill ‘bottomless pit of need’
Echo Valley Drive in Cookeville was one of the hardest hit areas when a deadly tornado ripped through Putnam County on Tuesday, March 3. Volunteers have been busy sorting through the damage and cleaning up.

Pathways donations will help fill ‘bottomless pit of need’

Echo Valley Drive in Cookeville was one of the hardest hit areas when a deadly tornado ripped through Putnam County on Tuesday, March 3. Catholic Charities of Tennessee is committed…

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