- May 10, 2021
The pandemic-related economic downturn, business closures, increase in global unemployment and reduced incomes have contributed to greater human trafficking of children, women, domestic workers and migrants without legal status.
Doramise Moreau has singlehandedly cooked 1,000 meals a week since the pandemic’s start — a an act of love she’s content to perform with little compensation.
In Miami Beach, faith leaders and the fire department have joined resources to expedite getting shots in the arms of older adults starting with the homebound and those in low-income housing, winning plaudits from both the newly vaccinated and their relieved relatives.
Deacon Michael Plummer has vowed to constantly pray the rosary in honor of Mary and to call on her for help in the protection of life.
With public health officials warning that COVID-19 vaccination rollouts won’t do much to tame the immediate dangers of the pandemic, a Florida Catholic hospital is looking at medications and protocols to protect and save lives.
Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami joined hundreds of South Floridians Wednesday at St. John’s Nursing Center to become the first U.S. bishop to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
Catholic social teaching, “with its understanding of natural law,” can bridge the divisions that exist in U.S. society between religious adherents and secularists, said Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski of Miami.
Deacon Paul Pierce, a transitional deacon hoping to be ordained a priest as soon as next year, has been on a long, improbable but faith-filled journey for a young adult.