Vatican reaffirms, clarifies Church teachings on end-of-life care

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — With the legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia in many countries, and questions concerning what is morally permissible regarding end-of-life care, the Vatican’s doctrinal office released a 25-page letter offering “a moral and practical clarification” on the care of vulnerable patients.

Faced with universal quarantine, Benedictine College turned to Mary

Benedictine College sign

Washington, D.C. Newsroom (CNA) — Benedictine College had a problem.

San Francisco Catholics urged to speak up about 'punitive' limits on Mass

outdoor Mass

SAN FRANCISCO (CNS) — San Francisco's archbishop is calling on all parishes in the archdiocese to each gather parishioners to participate in eucharistic processions to U.N. Plaza next to City Hall Sept. 20 "to witness to the city that faith matters."