- Jul 9, 2020
Research shows that acts of kindness make us feel better and healthier. Kindness is also key to how we evolved and survived as a species, scientists say. We are hard-wired to be kind.
During a virtual tea honoring the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II held Monday, diplomats and representatives of various faith communities joined their voices in recognizing the efforts made by the Catholic Church to assist the sick and needy during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
A new fund established by Pope Francis to assist those financially struggling because of the coronavirus illustrates several key papal priorities, including his push for a poor church for the poor, a decentralized approach to governance and collaboration with non-Catholic entities.
Among the beneficiaries of the pope’s charity during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak are a small number of transgender prostitutes in Rome, who, not having any clients, found themselves on the verge of homelessness and knocked on the door of their local parish for help.
Though there’s a great distance from New York to Cuba, sharing the Eucharist with other Catholics on the island is a great reminder of the bonds of faith and love and what the Church can build even among people who are different, New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan said Feb. 10.
A months-long project to build a tiny home checked all the boxes for Blessed Trinity High School in Roswell.