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    1. My spiritual path through the COVID-19 darkness

      My spiritual path through the COVID-19 darkness

      My spiritual path through the COVID-19 darkness by Email (RNS) — It started three months ago with a sore throat. Then the dizziness began. When my heart rate jumped to a precipitous 150 beats per minute, I went to the emergency room, or rooms, I should say — I have lost count but am sure of at least four ER visits. Once, when my oxygen dipped into the 80s, indicating hypoxemia, I was admitted to the hospital, but I was one of the lucky ones who did not get intubated.

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    2. As a pandemic peaks at Christianity’s Easter climax, churches adapt online

      As a pandemic peaks at Christianity’s Easter climax, churches adapt online

      On Palm Sunday (April 5), the Rev. Ted Gabrielli, a bespectacled Jesuit with a bushy beard, stood in the bed of a roving pickup truck that traveled through Boyle Heights, a mostly Latino neighborhood on Los Angeles’ east side.

      Gabrielli, a pastor at Dolores Mission Church, greeted neighbors from the truck and blessed the homes, alleys and streets he passed. He greeted many by name. One neighbor, caught on a Facebook livestream of the procession, stood from her home waving palms, the symbol of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem in the week before he was crucified.

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    3. ‘Rejoice and be glad’: Catholics respond to pope’s letter

      ‘Rejoice and be glad’: Catholics respond to pope’s letter

      Pope Francis’ third apostolic exhortation of his papacy, “Gaudete et Exsultate” or “Rejoice and Be Glad,” comes after his first two riled conservative Catholics.

      “Amoris Laetitia,” or “The Joy of Love,” in particular upset critics of the pope’s pastoral approach with its suggestion that divorced Catholics who remarried in civil ceremonies still could receive Communion.

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    4. California’s End of Life Option law: More peaceful deaths or moral quicksand?

      California’s End of Life Option law: More peaceful deaths or moral quicksand?

      Subscribe to right to die People sit on the beach and watch the sun set as seagulls fly over head in Santa Monica. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Carlo Allegri *Editors: This photo may only be republished with RNS-CALIFORNIA-DYING, originally transmitted on June 7, 2016. (RNS) Somewhere in California on Thursday (June 9), a gravely ill person may lift a glass and drink a lethal slurry of pulverized prescription pills dissolved in water. And then die.

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