Finding Humanity: November 18 – 24

by Nov 24, 2020Blog, Finding Humanity in crisis0 comments

In the midst of this crisis in which we live, we want to share with you some good weekly news, news of hope, important or simple acts and gestures that unite us as a community of men and women of faith-driven by the force of hope.

 

Pope authorizes 8 decrees regarding candidates to sainthood

Pope Francis has authorized the Vatican Congregation for the Causes of Saints to promulgate 8 decrees, including a decree on the martyrdom of 127 Spaniards.  Bishop Marcello Semeraro, the Prefect of the Congregation, on Monday presented the causes to the Pope, who approved them.

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COVID: the deception of selfishness, the force of compassion

Pope Francis is certain of this and is repeating it to everyone: we will emerge either better or worse after the pandemic The global crisis requires that the parameters of human co-existence be rethought through the lens of solidarity. Based on this foundational idea, the “COVID-19: Building a Healthier Future” has been created in collaboration with the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, to offer a vision that might lead to the beginning of a new fraternity after the pandemic.

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Zoom Is Lifting its 40-Minute Time Limit For Thanksgiving Day So Families Can Hang Out Together

For families across the US, Thanksgiving this year is likely to look a little different—with grocery stores across the nation stocking up on smaller turkeys to meet people’s changed needs.

As for Zoom? As a thank you to its customers, from midnight ET on November 26 through 6am ET on November 27, they’re lifting their 40-minute time limit on free meetings.

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SpaceX Launches Historic Flight For NASA, Shuttling Astronauts via First Class to International Space Station

At 7:30 in the evening, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS), reopening the pathway to regular crewed missions into space for NASA for the first time in nine years.

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On the header, photo by Wes Hicks on Unsplash.

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