To keep paying his small staff, Fr. Joseph Lajoie applied for a Payment Protection Program (PPP) loan through the Small Business Administration
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic hitting the United States in mid-March, thousands of Americans were either furloughed or laid off from their jobs as non-essential businesses shuttered or restricted their operations in a bid to slow the spread of the virus.
What is acedia, and why does this priest tweet about it so much.
Like many mysteries of the Catholic faith, the Ascension seems to raise more questions than it answers. CNA spoke with two theologians about some of our burning Ascension-related questions.
Mother’s Day is going to look different for most families this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On Sunday, March 15, Nebraskans in the Diocese of Lincoln still had a choice of whether or not they wanted to attend Mass and risk possible exposure to coronavirus.
Planting a Mary garden can be a way of honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary with flowers this spring and summer, while staying at home.
Nikki Shasserre normally gets one, maybe two alerts per week from Bark, a parental monitoring app she uses to track texts and social media on her teenager’s cell phone.
If everything were going according to plan, Jessica would be entering the convent on August 22.
A tornado destroyed an Oklahoma parish, and its pastor says he's lucky to be alive. But a stained-glass window of Blessed Stanley Rother was unharmed by the tornado.
Homeschool parents and graduates respond to the idea that homeschooling is a public danger.
It has been one month since most schools across the US closed their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Native Americans have not fared well in pandemics and epidemics.
Every time Christians recite the Apostles’ Creed, they affirm their belief in what will happen to them after death: “'I believe in the resurrection of the body and life everlasting.”
Foster care workers say the pandemic has put a strain on the system, and on kids.
Holy Week this year is going to look different for almost every Catholic in the United States.
When the plague struck the Italian city of Milan and the surrounding area in the 1570s, St. Charles Borromeo, then a cardinal, became well-known for his efforts to remind people of their faith in a time of sickness and death.
Parish and diocesan employees who have been laid off during the coronavirus pandemic aren't sure if they'll be rehired, or what they'll do next.
In a recent blog post Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, O.P., S.T.D, Ph.D., said he sees reason to hope that the drug hydroxychloroquine could be used to treat the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Being pregnant during a pandemic isn't easy. These expecting moms are trying to trust God as they prepare for a new baby.