- Mar 28, 2020
Cargo ships from around the world may be docking at the port of Charleston, South Carolina, but for Deacon Paul Rosenblum, the days are pretty quiet.
New York’s Cardinal says he hopes the global pandemic will lead to a renewed appreciation of human life.
The Diocese of Brooklyn announced March 25 that an elderly parishioner from Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Jamaica in the New York borough of Queens has died of COVID-19.
A Catholic priest in western Indiana has stopped hearing drive-through confessions at the request of the Indianapolis Archdiocese amid the coronavirus pandemic, he said.
The new coronavirus has claimed the Pittsburgh Catholic newspaper as a victim.
When U.S. dioceses first announced they were not offering public Masses in an effort to curb the coronavirus, many dioceses promoted TV Masses broadcast in their areas or arranged to tape their own Masses and post them online.