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Emotional, Psychological Toll of Pandemic Just Now Beginning to Be Felt

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By Mark Pattison WASHINGTON (CNS) — The psychological and emotional trauma of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is only now beginning to be felt, and is...

Some Parish Fish Fries Switch Gears to Go Curbside This Lent

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By Barb Umberger ST. PAUL, Minn. (CNS) — Parish fish fries, which are a traditional Lenten staple, have changed course this year in Minnesota due...

How PPP Funding Helped One Parish Weather the 2020 Pandemic

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By Tom Tracy If last year’s Paycheck Protection Program was like a matching grant, prompting recipients to stretch resources in order to maintain payroll and...

After 11 Months of ‘Giving Up,’ What Is There Left to...

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By Mark Pattison WASHINGTON (CNS) — Since childhood, the typical U.S. Catholic’s response to Lent is giving up, as in “What are you giving up...

Florida Bishop and Catholic School Win Super Bowl Food Wager

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By Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholics in St. Petersburg, Florida, will need to get their napkins ready because some barbecue from Kansas City, Missouri,...

Dioceses Dispute Conclusions, Methods of AP Report on Pandemic Funding

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By Tom Tracy (CNS) U.S. dioceses are crying foul over an investigative report on coronavirus relief funding they say grossly mischaracterized the Catholic Church’s finances...

Kelly to Succeed Anderson as Knights of Columbus CEO

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CNS) — Patrick Kelly, a retired U.S. Navy captain, is the new leader of the Knights of Columbus, succeeding Supreme Knight...

‘Mystery Man’ at Prayer in New Orleans Church Turns Out to...

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By Peter Finney Jr. NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — Joe Delery is a lifelong Catholic and has spent a career with the New Orleans Police Department...

Msgr. Kleissler Dies; Priest Co-Founded What Is Now Renew International

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PLAINFIELD, N.J. (CNS) — Msgr. Thomas A. Kleissler, who launched a parish-renewal program that turned into an international movement, died Feb. 2 at St....

Keep Fighting, Pro-Life Advocates Told in Virtual March for Life

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By Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — Although the 2021 March for Life was far different from the previous 47 annual marches to protest the Supreme...
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