Speakers agree that pro-life efforts should be part of increased advocacy for human dignity and look closely at policy changes that support pregnancy, motherhood
Each day’s intercession is accompanied by prayers, a short reflection, and suggested actions for novena participants to help build a culture of life.
“Regardless of political affiliation, we as Catholics believe in the miraculous power of prayer”
The pre-inauguration service included prayer, music, lighting of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool with 400 lights in honor of lives lost in the pandemic.
There will only be a small in-person presence this year; other events will happen in state capitols around the country, including Nashville
‘In the spirit of Rev. King, we must meet the forces of hate and ignorance with the power of love,’ says USCCB president
“This year as we commemorate the legacy of this great American, we remember especially Rev. King’s belief in nonviolence,” Archbishop Gomez wrote.
“It is long past time to abolish the death penalty from our state and federal laws,” USCCB chairmen said in a statement.
The archbishop stressed that in this “troubling moment, we must recommit ourselves to the values and principles of our democracy”
Catholic Charities receives $2M grant to provide assistance to those impacted by Christmas Day explosion in downtown Nashville
Online application now available at www.NashvilleStrong2021.org
Suspension was designed to protect “the laity and our clergy,” said Bishop Stika
Bishops say that connection to morally compromised cell lines is so remote and the public health situation is too grave to reject the vaccines.
Tom Shaughnessy served as reporter and assistant editor of the Tennessee Register before taking post in Diocese of Lexington