- Apr 16, 2021
The U.S. bishops urged federal lawmakers to recognize that the “moral measure of the federal budget is not which party wins or which powerful interests prevail, but rather how those who are jobless, hungry, homeless, exploited, poor, unborn or undocumented are treated.”
In response to evidence that accidental overdose deaths are on the rise in Canada, Archbishop J. Michael Miller said, “I am inviting the church in Vancouver to respond to the overdose crisis by reaching out to our society’s suffering men, women and young people.”
Compassion for the sick and cancer treatment is deep-rooted at Little Company of Mary Hospital, a not-for-profit Catholic community hospital on Chicago’s South Side. Its founder, Venerable Mary Potter, fought a personal battle with cancer. Now its doctors and nurses are providing free care to Syrian refugees in Jordan.
WASHINGTON — If you are a Christian who doesn’t smoke, abstains from sex outside your heterosexual marriage, and can get your priest to vouch that you go to church at least three times a month, you may qualify for a new Catholic alternative to health insurance. Taking a cue from