- Apr 4, 2020
More than once in recent days, Pope Francis has made reference to the “dopo” of the pandemic, using the Italian word for “after.” Friday, the pontiff said the aftermath will face serious issues with poverty, unemployment and hunger.
It’s only been three months since the origin of the coronavirus pandemic in Wuhan, China, and it’s only been a few weeks since what was originally perceived as largely a Chinese problem became a global phenomenon.
Palestinians in the Holy Land are in need of baby clothes.
During a visit to the St. Louis Hospital, the largest Catholic healthcare facility in Thailand, Pope Francis said that those who suffer an illness are allowed to cry out in pain, as Christ himself did, while at the same time praying for the comforting and helping hand that reveals the presence of God who is always there.
By annulling an Obama administration requirement that doctors perform gender transition procedures or treatments, as well as abortions, a federal judge in Texas has upheld the conscience rights of medical professionals across the nation, said a lawyer for plaintiffs in the case.
A California transgender man can go ahead with a discrimination lawsuit against a Catholic hospital that canceled his hysterectomy, an appeals court ruled Tuesday.