- May 13, 2021
The mayor of Bethlehem on Thursday said Christmas celebrations in the birthplace of Jesus will be limited to just a handful of people this year as Palestinian officials announced a strict new lockdown across the West Bank due to a soaring coronavirus outbreak.
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.
When Father Michael Garvey arrived for his shift as a chaplain at the Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida, on Tuesday morning, his first stop was the coronavirus floor, right now full with 24 patients.
The Cathedral of St. Paul will become the canvas Dec. 17-19 for a light and sound show about Jesus’ birth.
Pope Francis sought the intercession of the first Indigenous saint of the Americas as COVID-19 continued to devastate many Latin American countries.
Colorado has lifted its coronavirus-related capacity on religious gatherings after the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily barred New York from imposing limits on such events.
Seventy-six Catholic nuns have tested positive for COVID-19 after an outbreak at a Franciscan convent in northwestern Germany, church authorities said Tuesday.
A federal judge has refused to block Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order limiting worship to as few as 10 congregants in communities seeing spikes in coronavirus infections.