- Jul 25, 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has created the conditions for a spiritual crisis, but a traditional retreat at a house run by women religious isn’t necessarily COVID-19 friendly.
The coronavirus pandemic has required many people around the world to develop an “adapt and carry on” attitude.
When the Kansas bishops closed Mass to the public March 17, Father David Metz, like many clergy around the country, moved to streaming Mass online.
The path to adoption for Mandy and Keegan Wilson looked nothing like they envisioned.
While only a dozen people attended at the annual St. Isidore Day May 15 at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Salina, the audience — and hopefully awareness — of the event reached beyond those in attendance.
When Brian McCaffrey was ordained as a transitional deacon April 18 in Sacred Heart Cathedral, the event wasn’t quite what he envisioned it would be.
If all the people watching the livestream of the 11 a.m. Mass March 15 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore had been in the cathedral itself, it would have been filled to capacity.