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Pope calls on leaders, tech giants to protect children online

A Vatican conference brought together religious leaders, academics, policymakers and tech industry leaders from around the world to discuss ways to combat the exploitation of children online.

Pope makes mini-pilgrimage outside Vatican to pray for end of pandemic

With Italy on lockdown and Rome streets almost deserted, Pope Francis left the Vatican March 15 in a mini-pilgrimage to an icon and to a crucifix associated with miraculous interventions to save the city and its people.

Pope prays family relationships thrive while stuck at home

Pope Francis prayed for families who are cooped up in their homes and for all those who are ill with COVID-19.

We must ‘pour out our hearts in prayer’ amid pandemic, archbishop says

As Archbishop William E. Lori canceled all Masses around the Baltimore archdiocese as of 6 p.m. March 14, the archbishop celebrated a Mass that was broadcast live on the cathedral's YouTube channel, with 1,780 people watching at one point, and consistently more than 1,600.

Catholic nursing homes respond to coronavirus restrictions

As of March 13, all nursing homes and long-term care facilities have been urged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to restrict all visitation to their facilities except in certain compassionate care situations, such as end-of-life situations.

Catholic activists found guilty of illegally entering Georgia naval base

Jurors found them guilty of conspiracy, trespass and destruction and depredation of property related to their protest at the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in southeast Georgia on the night of April 4-5, 2018.

A Women’s Tea

Ann M. Koshute, M.T.S. is featured as the guest speaker on the topic: "Do Whatever She Tells You: Becoming a Disciple."

Bowling Night and Salsa Dancing with Young Adults at the Cathedral

The Young Adult Community at the Cathedral invites their fellow peers to come on out for fellowship, dancing, and bowling.

Bishop calls for prayers after pair of quakes rattle Californians

Bishop Gerald R. Barnes of San Bernardino asked for prayers for those who were put in harm's way by a pair of earthquakes that struck California on consecutive days in early July.

Mom says miracle in Sheen cause that saved her son a gift to whole church

As Bonnie Engstrom watched lifesaving measures being taken for her son, who had been born just moments before without a pulse or drawing breath, she asked for help from the person whose prayerful support she had sought throughout her pregnancy: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.