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Priesthood

Pandemic lockdowns mean some priestly ordinations will be live-streamed

Dioceses supported by Catholic Extension hope to keep ordinations on track as ordinations have had to be scaled down.

Do you know Chapter 2 of the Prodigal Son story?

This is more than a story: this is the reality of my life, and my calling to the Dominican Order and the priesthood of Jesus Christ.

Boston priests form team to administer sacrament to COVID-19 patients

Like living in a firehouse, says one priest, who describes "getting the call, rushing out, and coming back."

Join the new campaign to “Uplift Your Priest”

This new initiative started in April and offers your local priest some much-needed support!

5 Priests unable to serve their flocks as they wanted to

The faithful miss Mass, but priests are suffering too. They miss their people. Fathers, these saints are for you.

Canadian priest offers to be incarcerated to continue prison ministry during pandemic

Answering his calling, this priest puts the spritual care of others above his own life.

Pope urges priests: Allow the Lord to wash your feet, to serve you

Francis at Holy Thursday Mass reflects on the mystery of the Servant of God who comes to serve us, and who we must allow to serve.

This team of Chicago priests is on call to administer last rites to COVID-19 patients

“All of us realize this is what out priesthood is meant to be about,” says one of the “spiritual first responders.”

The view from Bergamo, Italy, where at least 11 priests have died from the coronavirus

After churches were closed two weeks ago, some priests celebrated Mass outdoors, until the bishops put a stop to that too.

Pope lists 4 “closenesses” bishops and priests need

Francis asks the faithful to pray for their pastors!

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