Not all in same boat: Some communities ‘sink more easily,’ archbishop says
A person in a protective face mask walks along the Princes Bridge in Melbourne, Australia, July 17, 2020, during a lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic. (CNS photo/Daniel Pockett, Reuters) See LIFE-ACADEMY-COVID-REFLECTION July 22, 2020.

Not all in same boat: Some communities ‘sink more easily,’ archbishop says

A person in a protective face mask walks along the Princes Bridge in Melbourne, Australia, July 17, 2020, during a lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic. CNS photo/Daniel Pockett,…

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Canadian court: Safe Third Country Agreement with U.S. violates rights
Canadian refugee supporters tape photographs of migrant worker Rogelio Munoz Santos, who died from coronavirus, during a pro-immigration rally by migrants, refugees and undocumented workers outside the office of Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino in Toronto July 4, 2020. A federal court in Canada ruled July 22 that the Safe Third Country Agreement, which allows Canada to send certain refugee petitioners back to the United States, is unconstitutional. (CNS photo/Chris Helgren, Reuters) See CANADA-COURT-THIRD-COUNTRY to come.

Canadian court: Safe Third Country Agreement with U.S. violates rights

Canadian refugee supporters tape photographs of migrant worker Rogelio Munoz Santos, who died from coronavirus, during a pro-immigration rally by migrants, refugees and undocumented workers outside the office of Canadian…

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Vatican foreign minister: Religious freedom must be protected
Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, Vatican foreign minister, is pictured in this 2018 photo on Capitol Hill in Washington. Archbishop Gallagher recently said the Catholic Church has grown complacent to the persecution of Christians. (CNS photo/Bob Roller) See RELIGIOUS-FREEDOM-GALLAGHER July 22, 2020.

Vatican foreign minister: Religious freedom must be protected

Archbishop Paul R. Gallagher, Vatican foreign minister, is pictured in this 2018 photo on Capitol Hill in Washington. Archbishop Gallagher recently said the Catholic Church has grown complacent to the…

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New accusation surfaces against former U.S. prelate McCarrick
Then-Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, arrives in procession for a Mass of thanksgiving for Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl of Washington in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican Nov. 22, 2010. A new lawsuit against McCarrick, who was laicized in 2019, accuses him of managing a sex ring among seminarians, altar boys and priests at a New Jersey beach house. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) See NEW-MCCARRICK-ACCUSE July 22, 2020.

New accusation surfaces against former U.S. prelate McCarrick

Then-Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, arrives in procession for a Mass of thanksgiving for Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl of Washington in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican…

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Public service workers tell of job strains of serving in pandemic
Garbage cans are seen in a Washington neighborhood July 23, 2020. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) See WORKERS-PANDEMIC July 23, 2020.

Public service workers tell of job strains of serving in pandemic

Garbage cans are seen in a Washington neighborhood July 23, 2020. CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn. WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Workers whose jobs put them in direct contact with the public related both…

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‘Our most tragic time’: Felician sisters bear loss of 13 sisters to COVID-19
An empty room on the first floor of the care center in the Felician sisters' convent in Livonia, Mich., is seen June 10, 2020. (CNS photo/Dan Stockman, Global Sisters Report) See GSR-FELICIAN-SISTERS-COVID July 22, 2020.

‘Our most tragic time’: Felician sisters bear loss of 13 sisters to COVID-19

An empty room on the first floor of the care center in the Felician sisters' convent in Livonia, Mich., is seen June 10, 2020. CNS photo/Dan Stockman, Global Sisters Report…

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Schools make final preparations for students’ return
St. Edward School is preparing for the opening of the school year by implementing measures to protect students and teachers from the COVID-19 virus. Lisa Rippy, who will be teaching fourth grade, has set up the study carrels that will be on each student's desk to isolate them from other students along with social distancing and wearing masks.

Schools make final preparations for students’ return

St. Edward School is preparing for the opening of the school year by implementing measures to protect students and teachers from the COVID-19 virus. Fourth grade teacher Lisa Rippy has…

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Event supporting seminarian education moves online July 28
The 10th annual Seminarian Education Dinner and Auction was held Tuesday, May 21 at Holy Family Church in Brentwood. The event, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Serra Club, raises money to fund the education of about two dozen men in formation for the priesthood for the Diocese of Nashville.

Event supporting seminarian education moves online July 28

Bishop J. Mark Spalding leads a prayer during the 2019 Seminarian Education Dinner and Auction, an event held each year to raise money to help pay the cost of educating…

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