May 16, 2020

Fauci to graduates: ‘We will get through this’

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is used to addressing the country about steps to contain the coronavirus, but in mid-May he spoke directly to graduates of the nation's 60 Jesuit high schools ...
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Diplomat recalls friendship with cardinal who’s up for sainthood

Around 1950, in Zanesville, Ohio, a young Patrick Flood's Catholic grade school class watched a movie about persecuted Christians in the newly Communist countries of Eastern Europe. One, he remembers, was Cardinal Mindszenty, then the bishop of Esztergom, Hungary, and ...
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National shrine in Washington celebrates two 100-year milestones

On May 16, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington -- the largest Catholic church in North America and one of the 10 largest churches in the world -- marks the 100th anniversary of the ...
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NFL quarterback to coach at Catholic high school after retirement

Philip Rivers said he fulfilled one childhood dream by playing quarterback in the NFL. He'll soon fulfill another by coaching high school football. The 38-year-old Rivers was named head coach-in-waiting at St. Michael Catholic High School in Fairhope.
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Online classes pose learning curves for special needs students

With schools closed and classes being taught online, families are having a tough enough time adapting to new routines and technologies during the ongoing pandemic. But for families of students with special needs, distance learning can be an even bigger ...
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Prayer establishes trusting relationship with God, pope says

Prayer is an inner desire to encounter God, Pope Francis said. Continuing his new series of talks on prayer during his weekly general audience May 13, the pope said that the longing expressed through prayer "is more than a need, ...
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