- Aug 10, 2020
Much has been made of how businesses are grinding to a halt in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Not so with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability, according to its new executive director, Charleen Katra.
Living as a quadriplegic for over 40 years, Therese M. Williams has endured physical limitations but gained spiritual liberation by drawing closer to God.
The bishop of Erie has announced the opening of the canonization process for Gertrude Barber, founder of what is now called the Barber National Institute for adults and children with disabilities.
They’re often the first people he greets when holding an audience, so it came as no surprise Tuesday when Pope Francis released a message for the World Day of Persons with Disabilities, calling for them to be fully integrated in society, not only through legislation but a much-needed change in mentality.
About 350 young adults attended the national gathering of Singles for Christ.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind is a New York-based group that places the dogs with people who need their help.