- Nov 23, 2020
Life goes on for elderly residents at St. Dominic Village in Houston even amid the current pandemic.
Although they have a centuries-long presence in Brazil, many Catholic hospitals have been struggling in recent years with financial problems and poor infrastructure. The COVID-19 pandemic came as many Catholic medical institutions were in the middle of a modernization program
Catholic nurses are now often the only spiritual connection for those in their care.
The Department of Health and Social Services late in the evening of March 26 announced the first long-term care facility coronavirus-related death in Delaware and the first outbreak of positive cases in such a facility in the state.
The tsunami of fear around the COVID-19 pandemic and the way it caught the world’s medical community often lacking resources, testing and protective equipment is now testing the faith of U.S. medical professionals.
The Catholic Health Association of the United States joined 17 other national organizations urging the Trump administration and Congress to take immediate and coordinated action to address the critical needs of capacity and supply in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.