We can affirm that “everything is grace.” Despite the fact that we have not left our house, we feel that we are in communion with the whole Church.
This situation that we have experienced as a Family — and I, as a doctor on the front-lines treating COVID-19 patients — has forced us to return to our essence.
We are very carefully moving out of a situation of quarantine and there is now talk about returning to a “new normal.”
What to do to find “solutions for the most pressing problems afflicting the marginalized”?
With the disciples on the road to Emmaus, we are all struggling to make sense of the past few weeks since the murder of George Floyd.
In this time of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic crisis and the powerful and emotional response to racism erupting in the United States, we invite you to join together in prayer for unstoppable charity.
There are indications that some Native American populations are facing a disproportionate brunt of the COVID-19 epidemic with higher infection and mortality rates than the overall U.S. population.
They never thought eviction could happen to them! And then it did.
It will take providers, employers, unions, insurers, governments and consumers working together to transform our health system into one that is worthy of our great nation.
Ihor worked as a storekeeper at a metal warehouse. However, just before the quarantine measures were implemented, the owner fired Ihor from his job.
The LCUSA Advocacy Committee is helping to shine a light on a surge of domestic violence that has accompanied COVID-19 lockdowns around the world.
Donating an ambulance dedicated to serving the medical emergencies of the homeless is but the latest expression of his sensitivity to their needs.