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Emma Pasierb, an 11th grader in Kyle Zinno’s U.S. history class at St. Joseph High School in Conway, won first place in the school’s COVID-19 poster contest. (Photo)
Louise A. Schneider Eckart, 97, a member of St. Benedict Church in Subiaco, died March 10. She is survived by ...
Louis Beck (left), a local artist and member of the Catholic High School Class of 1949, donated a wood carving to rector Msgr. Lawrence Frederick, Class of 1955, for his birthday March 9. (Photo)
Q. My wife realized that my Bible is not Catholic when I could not locate the Book of Sirach in it. What is a good Catholic Bible, with a contemporary translation from Greek? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
Let’s get one thing straight, right off the bat: COVID-19 stinks. (Columns)
“There was a real sense of a heavy weight on my shoulders,” Bishop John E. Stowe of Lexington, Ky., said on America’s “Jesuitical” podcast of his decision to suspend public Masses March 17 to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. (Guest commentary)
We soon might have to deal with a massive moral dilemma as various drug companies try to come up with a vaccine to prevent COVID-19. (Editorial)
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