- Jan 19, 2021
The now-commonplace expression “the dog that didn’t bark” means that sometimes the fact something one would have expected to happen didn’t is the key to understanding a situation.
Two top Vatican cardinals, one of whom was seen talking with Pope Francis on Friday, have tested positive for COVID-19. One of them is in the hospital, fighting off pneumonia.
After it was announced the offices of the Diocese of Plymouth will be used as a base to administer the COVID-19 vaccine, Church officials said it was “an important act of service for the common good of all.”
If the Vatican isn’t actually where the action is in terms of the presepe, maybe we shouldn’t make such a fuss over whatever it chooses to put up every year.
Pope Francis sought the intercession of the first Indigenous saint of the Americas as COVID-19 continued to devastate many Latin American countries.
Seventy-six Catholic nuns have tested positive for COVID-19 after an outbreak at a Franciscan convent in northwestern Germany, church authorities said Tuesday.