- Jul 10, 2020
Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez has asked Catholics of the archdiocese to invoke the intercession of St. Junipero Serra “for this nation that he helped to found.”
As the coronavirus digs deeper into Navajo Nation, infecting Native Americans at a higher rate than anywhere in the country, 1,500 miles away a nonprofit in the Archdiocese of Louisville is working to ease the suffering.
Few places in the U.S. have been more vulnerable to the wrath of the coronavirus than the sovereign tribal territories of the country’s first dwellers.
Sister Judith Ann Zielinski was surprised when she learned a cause for canonization had been opened to consider making Nicholas Black Elk a saint of the Catholic Church.
But over the past few weeks, Father Tai Nguyen has spent several hours most days hunched over a sewing machine in the parish hall, churning out fabric face masks.
The current law in South Dakota stipulates that childhood sexual abuse survivors must sue organizations within three years of the abuse or when they discovered effects of abuse. A proposal to open a window to allow victims to sue after this time period failed in the state legislature.