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Fr. Dwight Longenecker
You can’t just wish upon a star and make this coronavirus go away.
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Luke Arredondo
The Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life, but for the time being, we may not be able to receive it. So what do we do?
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Coronavirus Update
This list, based on Register coverage of the historic COVID-19 pandemic, will be updated frequently.
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Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret
Make this the Holy Week that your children remember for the rest of their lives.
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Edward Pentin
Australia’s top court will announce its findings at 8 p.m. Eastern time on Monday.
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Alyssa Murphy
Catholic business owner and landlord Mario Salerno allows his 200 residents to live rent-free for the entire month of April, citing his faith and concern for their well-being.
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Daily Mass
EWTN broadcasts the daily Mass live at 8 a.m. Eastern from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel on the EWTN campus in Irondale, Alabama. You can watch live on TV or online via streaming at ewtn.com/tv/watch-live. The text of the readings is available here.
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Edward Pentin
Latest updates from the Eternal City in lockdown since March 10.
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Matt D’Antuono
“The one who listens and does not act is like a person who built a house on the ground without a foundation. When the river burst against it, it collapsed at once and was completely destroyed.” (Luke 6:49)
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Joseph Pearce
Transhumanism rides roughshod over the dignity of the human person in its quest for the technologically “created” superman.
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Jim Graves
The western states still feel the influence of people like St. Damien of Molokai, St. Marianne Cope, St. Junípero Serra, St. John Paul II, Ven. Fulton Sheen and Ven. Patrick Peyton.
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Marge Fenelon
Our world is suffering, and we can help to abate that suffering, and bring Christ to the world, with godly words and gestures.
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Amanda Evinger
“The sword would not have reached Jesus if it had not pierced Mary’s heart.” —St. Bernard
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Jim Schroeder
“Our Father, Who Art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name…”
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Patty Knap
No one bothers to pray if they don’t think, in their hearts, that someone might be listening.
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Fr. Michael P. Orsi
This difficult time is an opportunity to grow in faith.
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Joseph Pronechen
With the country grinding to a halt, it’s time to consider Our Lady of America’s words and take them to heart.
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Jimmy Akin
Among other things to know, it is not necessary that palm branches be used in the procession. Other forms of greenery can also be used.
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Deacon Steven D. Greydanus
As a deacon, I’m supposed to be a servant. I find myself in the position of being unable to serve others, and, indeed, relying on others to serve me.
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Elizabeth McClung
The ends do not justify the means.
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Michael O’Neill
This American-born foundress of an Italian religious order was declared venerable in 2019.
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Kathy Schiffer
When the city of Constance was beset by the plague in 1414, prayers and processions asked St. Roch to bring healing.
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John Grondelski
We need to “physically distance” even while we keep our social ties close — because the physical matters.
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Ines Murzaku
In Lent through kenosis one is emptied and purified. It is kenosis that allows one to rediscover priorities, establishing a right relationship with beauty and setting us free.
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Patti Armstrong
“I consider that the sufferings of this present time are as nothing compared with the glory to be revealed for us.” (Romans 8:18)
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Susan Klemond
During the coronavirus lockdown, many dioceses and religious communities are offering virtual retreats on the internet.