- Mar 31, 2020
The global pandemic is upending the season’s major religious holidays, forcing leaders and practitioners across the spectrum to improvise. They’re having to finding new ways to live out their beliefs in a time of social distancing and empty houses of worship.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jesuit Father John P. Langan, who became a respected expert on the Catholic Church’s teaching on the just-war tradition and Christian ethics throughout nearly 40 years as a professor, died March 20 at age 79. The longtime professor of philosophy and Christian ethics at Georgetown University often
As Catholics dutifully sit at home, doing their part to protect vulnerable people from COVID-19, the Holy Spirit has been busy inspiring creative ways to minister in the Archdiocese of Louisville and around the world.
Dozens of institutional investors, including Catholic religious congregations, labor unions, public pensions and faith-based asset management firms, called on companies to support workers through policies to prevent severe economic hardship brought on by the new coronavirus.
Lovebirds Jo Ann Thweatt, 84, and Charlie Feraci, 89, have been on a self-imposed quarantine for over 17 days now, due to their age and the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the United States.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn March 28 announced the death of 49-year-old Father Jorge Ortiz-Garay, a 49 year old pastor, who died the evening before from COVID-19.