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

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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

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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.

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

Benedict XVI celebrates his 93rd birthday during coronavirus lockdown

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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

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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

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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.