- May 11, 2021
A Catholic priest better known for his outreach to the poor is winning new fans with his catchy public health-focused lyrics set to a popular 1990s salsa tune as Costa Rica experiences its worst moment of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A year ago last March, Archbishop Bernard A. Hebda of St. Paul and Minneapolis sent an email to pastors letting them know he was closing churches for public Masses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
People get pets for all kinds of reasons, and those apply to priests as much as anyone.
Father David M. Knight, the oldest priest of the Diocese of Memphis, died in Guatemala March 21. He was 90.
Before Nov. 19, Father Valerio Bortolotti’s Facebook posts had been the usual updates and reminders about parish activities, formation courses and video-recorded Masses outdoors with lax mask usage among the celebrants.
Of the more than 76,000 people known to have died of COVID-19 in Italy the past 11 months, more than 200 were priests
Father Paul Grogan is an ordinary priest in Bradford, in the north of England, but that life is extraordinary, and featured in a new documentary.
The pilgrims rode in a boat across choppy waves on the Sea of Galilee with wind gusting and rain blowing into their boat.