The road to sainthood runs through Tennessee
Mikey Schachle, 5, lives with his parents Daniel and Michelle in Dickson, TN on Tuesday, 2 June 2020. Pope Francis approved the promulgation of a decree recognizing Mikey’s cure from a deadly case of fetal hydrops while still in his mother’s womb as a miracle attributed to the intercession of Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus. With the approval of the miracle, Father McGivney’s cause for sainthood moves to the next step, beatification, when he will receive the title “Blessed.”

The road to sainthood runs through Tennessee

A worn copy of the Prayer for Canonization of Father Michael McGivney stits on the mantle in the Schachle home next to a medallion of the priest, the founder of…

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Business owners navigate economic impact of COVID-19
Julie Caragon, owner of St. Mary’s Bookstore in Nashville, recently re-opened the business to walk-in customers after being closed for about eight weeks. Foot traffic has been light so far, but the cleaning has been dilligent. Photo by Theresa Laurence

Business owners navigate economic impact of COVID-19

Julie Caragon, owner of St. Mary’s Bookstore in Nashville, recently re-opened the business to walk-in customers after being closed for about eight weeks. Foot traffic has been light so far,…

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Nurse stands ‘in solidarity with the sick’ in COVID ward
Nurses and staff in the COVID-19 unit at Vanderbilt University Medical Center must suit up with layers of personal protective equipment every shift. Adhering to strict safety protocols has prevented any staff members in the unit from getting sick while they treat seriously ill patients.

Nurse stands ‘in solidarity with the sick’ in COVID ward

Nurses and staff in the COVID-19 unit at Vanderbilt University Medical Center must suit up with layers of personal protective equipment every shift. Adhering to strict safety protocols has prevented…

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