We are the hands and feet of Christ, ministering God's love and healing to our patients."
"I have a lot of hope (in) the people who will take lessons from this crisis to rethink their...
This fast from the Eucharist and the sacraments can increase our longing for them.
If the seniors you know are interested in using social media to stay in contact with family and friends, offer...
"Now is the time to intensify our prayers and sacrifices for the love of God and the love of our...
"Let us pray today for the many people who cannot cope, who remain frightened by this pandemic."
Fauci, a Regis H.S. alum, has emerged as a no-nonsense truth-teller in the latest crisis.
"The sisters' quiet, determined selflessness is what is needed now, and what we will need more of in the weeks and months to come."
It is a time to decide to live differently, live better, love more and care for others.
Although we are being asked to distance ourselves physically from each other, we remain joined, deeply in faith, to our brothers and sisters in Christ.
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"Our benefactors and friars recall his kindness, especially to those who were ill and in need."
To accommodate parishioners seeking to receive the sacrament of reconciliation, St. Patrick Parish, Huntington, hosted “drive-through” confessions in its parking lot on Saturday.
Special indulgences are available to people afflicted with COVID-19, those in quarantine, medical personnel caring for coronavirus patients and to all those who are praying for them.