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Nation
Nation
Stephen Beale
U.S. sees mull the reopening process.
Nation
Celeste McGovern
Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Merck — front-runners in the COVID-19 race for a cure — are all manufacturing treatments tainted by abortion, but there are more ethical alternatives.
Culture of Life
Peter Jesserer Smith
Catholic couples who went ahead with their weddings, albeit on a small scale, during the pandemic have provided a powerful witness.
Nation
Jim Graves
Increasingly, U.S. dioceses are reopening operations.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
U.S. Attorney General William Barr has issued a memo instructing that restrictions that apply unfairly to religious institutions and believers remain unconstitutional during the pandemic.
Election 2020
Lauretta Brown
NEWS ANALYSIS: Biden’s presumptive nomination echoes the intense controversy that erupted in 2004 when John Kerry, another Catholic supporter of legal abortion, was the Democratic presidential nominee.
Nation
Kathryn Elliott
A look at the COVID-motivated boom in virtual ministry.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
In a defining mission for the priesthood, younger priests backed by their bishops are giving comfort to those in need amid the pandemic.
Nation
Jim Graves
Formation continues online, as does raising needed funds to sustain the seminaries themselves.
Nation
Kate Scanlon
In a few states where local governments are allowing for more businesses to open, churches are making accommodations. But other regions are planning with caution.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
Pro-lifers warn of dire consequences.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
The hospital is now a battlefield against the coronavirus pandemic, and the Register talked with four Catholics on the medical front lines in critical capacities.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
Despite curtailed liturgies, priests found plenty to celebrate during Holy Week and the Triduum.
Nation
Amy Smith
St. Paul VI joined the world to appeal to God for the intrepid trio and their crippled spacecraft.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
Smut is being offered for free — an offer that has drawn harsh criticism from leaders of the fight against sexual exploitation.
Nation
Susan Klemond
With suspension of public Easter vigil Masses, RCIA groups continue to prepare online.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
Cases where oral arguments have concluded will proceed, such as one examining whether religious schools can receive funds from Montana’s tax-credit scholarship program, but other important cases will be delayed.
Nation
Jim Graves
What is believed to be the 2,000-year-old burial cloth of Christ continues to intrigue. And a livestream will air on Holy Saturday.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
Necessary limits have been imposed in light of the pandemic’s spread, but bishops and priests are finding innovative ways to allow the faithful access to the sacrament.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
Learn about the Church’s ‘nuclear option’ when it comes to offering souls forgiveness for their sins in times of crisis or looming disaster.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Catholic innovation in online giving and communications over the past decade has made sure that dioceses, parishes, schools and ministries have the financial lifelines they need.
Nation
Mary Rose Short
Despite several deaths at the residences they operate in the U.S. and around the world, the sisters continue to live out their vow of hospitality to the elderly poor.
Nation
Jim Graves
From religious sisters to seminarians, the People of God are uniting in faith.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Cory Howat, president of the #iGiveCatholic campaign, tells the Register that they have a stopgap solution for dioceses, parishes and ministries that need online giving now.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
‘While surgery centers postpone elective and diagnostic procedures, abortion centers are churning out surgical and chemical abortions and putting women, especially the poor, at risk,’ pro-life leaders warned.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Aid continues to be extended to the most vulnerable.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
It’s a painful dilemma for brides-to-be who have worked for months planning their wedding celebrations, only to learn at the last minute that their plans have been derailed.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
In three West Coast dioceses that are dealing with substantial outbreaks of the pandemic, policies have been instituted to address a situation with little precedent.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
In hard-hit New Rochelle and elsewhere, the faithful are seeking to help out spiritually and materially.
Nation
Stephen Beale
The monks of St. Anselm College are suing its board of trustees, alleging that the trustees’ proposed expansion of their powers puts the college at risk of secularization.