Horizons - This Lent, we are stripping away so much. We are left with the presence of God in our solidarity, the coming of spring, phone calls, video chats, emails, and the care and concern we show to one another.
Social distance prayer, done creatively, still produces spiritual unity. That’s what sisters are finding amid strict separations from each other and their usual ministries during the indeterminate period of the coronavirus’ spread around the world. GSR talked to a number of congregations to find out how they were maintaining a core aspect of religious life — community.
As the COVID-19 pandemic touches nearly every corner of the globe, "there are many ethical considerations around resource allocation and the delivery of care for critically ill patients," said Mercy Sister Mary Haddad, president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association.