VATICAN CITY – The Vatican announced that it will commemorate the 5th anniversary of Pope Francis's encyclical on the environment with a yearlong series of initiatives dedicated to the safeguarding and care for the Earth.
CLEVELAND – As tens of millions more people are at risk of acute hunger because of the global coronavirus pandemic, Catholic Relief Services is embarking on a campaign to raise awareness, advocate and raise funds to head off the brewing crisis.
Debido a preocupaciones y requisitos relacionados con la pandemia de COVID-19, la Arquidiócesis de Oklahoma City canceló el Campamento Juvenil Católico de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe para el verano de 2020.
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Three U.S. bishops said in a joint statement May 13 they are "heartbroken" that Native Americans and other indigenous people in the United States "continue to greatly suffer from the COVID-19 epidemic" and at "disproportionately high rates" compared to other U.S. communities.
CLEVELAND (CNS) -- Advocates fighting human traffickers are alerting children, parents and vulnerable adults that the coronavirus pandemic has pushed traffickers into new venues, potentially endangering more people to being exploited.
Cristo es nuestro novio. Los bautizados, la Iglesia universal, somos la novia que, a pesar de todos nuestros pecados e imperfecciones, ha sido devuelta a la pureza por Cristo, la Palabra hecha Carne y Cordero de Dios.
As storm season approaches, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is prepared to serve. The disaster services and parish engagement departments are available to provide virtual disaster preparedness trainings and online resources.
by Jim Beckman, Executive Director of the Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis
You have to be grateful for humor, especially during a time like this. One online joke I’ve seen going around is the “COVID 19,” which is a reference to the amount of weight gained during the period of quarantine. Evidently, I’m not alone in putting on a few unwanted pounds directly connected to the nightly baking experiments my children keep coming up with. It feels like we are in a perpetual Christmas break that never ends. No more cookies kids – I can’t afford 19 extra pounds!