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‘Day of Prayer’ sees humanity united in the fight against Covid-19

The Day of Prayer for Humanity unfolds as more than 4.3 million people across the globe have now been infected with Covid-19 since an outbreak was first reported in China’s Hubei province late last year.

Regina Coeli: Pope prays for vocations and Covid sufferers

During his Regina Coeli, Pope Francis recalls Vocations Sunday and invites international cooperation to deal with coronavirus pandemic.

Unemployed due to coronavirus? There’s a saint for that.

St. Cajetan, the patron saint for the unemployed, knew something of poverty and pestilence.

Benedict XVI celebrates his 93rd birthday during coronavirus lockdown

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI celebrated his 93rd birthday Thursday at his Vatican residence during Italy’s coronavirus lockdown.

Pope at Mass: that governments, scientists, politicians may find just solutions to Covid-19

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis, at Mass on Easter Monday at Casa Santa Marta, urges prayers that governments, scientists and politicians may find just solutions to the Covid-19 crisis, in favour of the people.

There is no greater love than God’s Love

The Movement Control Order (MCO) imposed by the government to control the spread of COVID-19, has provided a much needed respite for some people to reflect on their lives, to restore or transform themselves, or to explore ways to be productive.