MADISON, Wisconsin — Local and state health officials would be barred from closing or restricting attendance at religious services to prevent spread of COVID-19 under a bill winding its way through the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature. […]
US President Joe Biden, with Vice President Kamala Harris (L), signs executive orders on health care, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, on Jan. 28, 2021. The orders included rescinding the Mexico City Policy that barred tax payer dollars from oversees groups that promote abortion.
CNA Staff, Jan 29, 2021 / 06:27 pm (CNA).- The Archdiocese of New York announced Thursday that Cardinal Timothy Dolan is quarantining after “close contact” with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The cardinal does not currently have symptoms.
“Cardinal Timothy Dolan has cancelled all public appearances, including celebrating 10:15 a.m. Sunday Mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, to remain in quarantine after last week having been in close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID,” the brief statement said.
Pro-Life Leaders Reflect on the Years Ahead for the Movement at a ‘Back to Basics’ Virtual March for Life 2021
Although the 2021 March for Life was smaller in scale due to the pandemic, it still had the ever-present message: ‘Pro-Life for the Whole Life.’
No on Washington state HB 1141,
by Kenneth R. Stevens, Jr., MD,
Professor Emeritus & former Chair Department of Radiation Oncology,Oregon Health & Science University.
CNA Staff, Jan 29, 2021 / 04:14 pm (CNA).- The polarization of American politics means that Catholics must be a force for unity rather than “divisively tribal,” and clergy especially need to be careful that they don’t let their personal politics compromise their Christian mission, Bishop Donald Hying of Madison has said.
“All Catholics have to be careful to engage in political life in a manner that reflects the Gospel, but clergy need to exercise special caution so that their political activity is consistent with their vocation in the Church,” he said in a Jan. 27 reflection on the “current state of general acrimony.”
On January 27th, the National Catholic Reporter posted an article, written by Peter Feuerherd, with this tantalizing headline: “In came Latin, incense and burned books, out went half the parishioners. Post-Vatican II North Carolina Catholics […]