From being an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) nurse amid wars in Libya and the Covid-19 outbreak in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)—Tom Adrias, 40, continues to inspire as a healthcare frontliner in Manila, Philippines.
One of the prominent images of Pope Francis in 2020 was of him standing alone in front of St. Peter’s Basilica, on the cold, dark evening of March 27, 2020 — at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy.
There is gloom in Bamora village in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh’s Sagar district. A migrant worker Manish ‘Sunil’ Vishwakarma, who had returned from Delhi in May this year when the entire nation was under COVID-19 induced lockdown, allegedly committed suicide.
Pope Francis celebrated Mass at the Casa Santa Marta on Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter, turning this thoughts to the reaction of God's people in the face of an easing of the current quarantine measures.
Join us and the whole world as we pray the Most Holy Rosary for the forgiveness of sins and for the intentions of all those who are in the frontlines of the fight against the spread of the new coronavirus disease.