Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jun 4, 2020 / 03:32 pm (CNA).- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that ongoing protests in the city merit exceptions to coronavirus regulations, while religious services do not. […]
Can Kids Learn at Mass?
Each week we take our kids to Mass (or watch Mass on TV…quarentine) and hope they learn something positive. But, there are days that I think they only learn how to sit still and stare into space for an hour, or how to creatively turn the pen cap that they found on the floor into a rocket. While both of these are beneficial??? skills, I want them to learn about God at Catholic Mass. That’s why I created Catholic Kids Bulletins and I hope they help your kids to learn at Mass!
If you’re looking for links to the Catholic Kids Bulletins for this June, click here.
Public health officials have undergone a selective change of heart.
By Msgr. Charles Pope | The death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minnesota police officers is an event that united us all in shock and anger.
As a video recording shows, Floyd’s pleas, and…
‘I have read the drafts for the four forums of the ‘synodal path’ and am alarmed at the direction that the discussion seems to be taking,’ Abp. Erwin Josef Ender wrote.
By Pat Cross |
CNA Staff, Jun 4, 2020 / 06:10 pm (CNA).- The Knights of Columbus have announced a forthcoming novena for an end to racism, as Catholic fraternal organizations urge prayer and justice amid burgeoning civic unrest that began with the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed while being arrested May 25.
“George Floyd was a man, a human, a being. Not a stat. Not just another one. Not to be forgotten,” the Knights of Peter Claver, a traditionally black Catholic fraternal organization, said in a statement released last week.
“The Knights of Peter Claver condemns the senseless death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis policemen. There is no explanation to justify the actions taken by the police that ultimately led to Mr. Floyd’s demise. We pray that God will grant his family peace and that the Minneapolis community finds healing during this difficult period,”