A Service of EWTN
Travel
K.V. Turley
The Tangiers Carmel’s surprising link to the financial heart of London.
Vatican
Courtney Mares/CNA.
China is home to more than 10 million Catholics, with six million registered as members of the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, according to official statistics.
Sunday Guide
Father Jordan Schmidt, OP
User’s Guide to Sunday, May 24, the Ascension of the Lord
World
Catholic News Agency
The church building, which houses the tomb of Christ and the site of the crucifixion, was first closed to pilgrims and other visitors on Wednesday, March 25.
Books
Joseph Pronechen
BOOK PICK: My Uncle Fulton Sheen
World
Courtney Mares/CNA.
Vatican News released a video on May 20 showing Catholics in China gathered around smartphones and computer monitors placed on home altars or inside of churches praying with Pope Francis’ livestreamed liturgies.
Books
Joseph Pronechen
Embark on a reading ‘pilgrimage.’
Nation
Jonah McKeown/CNA.
Since the document was released, there are at least 60 or 70 parishes throughout the archdiocese that have a sustainability ministry.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
A message reading “Bet you stay home now you hypokrits [sic]” was found painted on the church’s parking lot.
Nation
Christine Rousselle/CNA.
Bishop Mulvey prayed for “the Lord to sustain those on the front lines who courageously confront this evil,” and for “calm and peace to our community and the world.”
Susan Klemond
Agronomists receive an outpouring of support from consumers who are purchasing commodities, as small businesses deal with closures and other challenges brought on by the virus.
Janet E. Smith
COMMENTARY: Bishops and dioceses must answer the phone calls of victims, meet with them, hear their stories and empathize with them. That is not too much to ask.
Joseph O’Brien
As dioceses look to bring the Eucharist to the faithful, various guidance is available to bishops and pastors.