EDITORIAL: Don’t let the cries of the suffering fall on deaf ears
Pope Francis greets the crowd as he leads the Angelus from the window of his studio overlooking St. Peter's Square at the Vatican in this file photo. On July 5, 2020, the pope backed a U.N. resolution calling for a global cease-fire. (CNS photo/Vatican Media) See POPE-ANGELUS-CEASE-FIRE July 6, 2020.

EDITORIAL: Don’t let the cries of the suffering fall on deaf ears

We are living in times that try our souls and test our hearing.  All around us, rise up the cries of those suffering, people who have been infected by the…

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EDITORIAL: Long after Hiroshima, Nagasaki, nuclear arms remain threat to peace
People in Hiroshima, Japan, pray for atomic bomb victims at Peace Memorial Park Aug. 6, 2019. Nuclear disarmament proponents will deliver messages of peace to the world in a campaign called The Ribbon 2020. The campaign commemorates the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. (CNS photo/Kyodo via Reuters) See PEACE-RIBBON July 9, 2020. Editor's note: For editorial use only.

EDITORIAL: Long after Hiroshima, Nagasaki, nuclear arms remain threat to peace

People in Hiroshima, Japan, pray for atomic bomb victims at Peace Memorial Park Aug. 6, 2019. Nuclear disarmament proponents will deliver messages of peace to the world in a campaign…

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EDITORIAL: We must continue to answer pandemic with Christ’s mercy
A volunteer with the Milano Central Kitchen in Murfreesboro bags up a lunch for a guest on the restaurant’s porch on April 28. The pandemic has challenged everyone to find new ways to serve and connect with others. Tennessee Register file photo by Theresa Laurence

EDITORIAL: We must continue to answer pandemic with Christ’s mercy

A volunteer with the Milano Central Kitchen in Murfreesboro bags up a lunch for a guest on the restaurant’s porch on April 28. The pandemic has challenged everyone to find…

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Protecting others from the COVID-19 virus is an act of love
St. Ann Church in Nashville held its first publicly celebrated Mass in more than two months on Monday, May 18. That was the first day the 58 churches in the Diocese of Nashville were permitted to begin public celebrations of Mass since they were suspended on March 17 by Bishop J. Mark Spalding to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Fifteen people attended the first Mass at St. Ann.

Protecting others from the COVID-19 virus is an act of love

St. Ann Church in Nashville held its first publicly celebrated Mass in more than two months on Monday, May 18. That was the first day the 58 churches in the…

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