May 16, 2020

Church shows creativity ministering during pandemics

The Catholic Church's acceptance of a ban on gathering for public worship and following other painful COVID-19 restrictions reflects its long-held understanding that faith, service and science are not at war with one another.
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Advocates fight traffickers who thrive despite pandemic

Advocates fighting human traffickers are alerting children, parents and vulnerable adults that the coronavirus pandemic has pushed traffickers into new venues, potentially endangering more people to being exploited.
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Soviet prisoners of conscience petitioned John Paul II for help

Soviet political prisoners from various backgrounds begged St. John Paul II's help in secret messages after his 1978 election, according to a former inmate in recollections published for the late pope's hundredth birthday.
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Pope to nurses, midwives: ‘Thank you for your service’

The coronavirus pandemic has drawn well-deserved attention to nurses and midwives, who are among "the saints next door," dedicated to helping people in some of the most joyful or painful moments of their lives, Pope Francis said.
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Time: Lockdown’s Unexpected Gift

I was video chatting with my childhood friend yesterday. We haven’t talked in almost a year and we were organizing a virtual happy hour with our high school friends. Why hadn’t we thought about doing this before?
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Pope: If you can’t go to confession, take your sorrow directly to God

People who cannot get to confession because of the coronavirus lockdown or another serious reason can go to God directly, be specific about their sins, request pardon and experience God’s loving forgiveness, Pope Francis said.
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