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Hungarian triathlon champion who works with COVID-19 patients baptized at Easter [Video]

Hungarian triathlon champion who works with COVID-19 patients baptized at Easter

Hungarian World Cup 2014 triathlon race winner Akos Vanek, now a paramedic helping to fight the coronavirus, receives a special baptism in Budapest.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 04:11Published
Archbishop Celebrates Holy Thursday Mass [Video]

Archbishop Celebrates Holy Thursday Mass

The mass was live-streamed.

Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 00:54Published
Church gathering raises concerns [Video]

Church gathering raises concerns

Church gathering raises concerns. Hannah Buehler reports.

Credit: WKBW Buffalo     Duration: 01:34Published
Churches turn to "virtual worship" for Holy Week [Video]

Churches turn to "virtual worship" for Holy Week

Churches turn to "virtual worship" for Holy Week

Credit: WKBW Buffalo     Duration: 02:26Published

Irish priest spreads coronavirus Easter cheer from vintage 'popemobile'

An Irish priest refusing to let the coronavirus lockdown keep him from his parishioners came up with an innovative way to spread his Holy Thursday blessing - aboard a vintage 'popemobile.'
Reuters - Published

On Holy Thursday, Pope Francis recalls priests dying amid pandemic

Pope Francis said he wanted to be close to all the world’s priests at this time, recalling clergy who have died of COVID-19 The post On Holy Thursday, Pope Francis recalls priests dying amid..
Catholic Herald - Published

On Holy Thursday, pope hails front-line 'saints' helping virus victims

Pope Francis presided at a scaled-down Holy Thursday Mass in an empty St. Peter's Basilica, praising ordinary doctors, nurses and priests who risk their lives helping coronavirus victims as "the saints..
Reuters - Published

Pope hails priests and health workers as ‘saints next door’

Pope Francis on Holy Thursday hailed priests and medical staff who tend to the needs of Covid-19 patients as “the saints next door.”
Belfast Telegraph - Published

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