Robert Alan Glover writes for Catholic News Service, The Tennessee Register in the Diocese of Nashville, and FAITH magazine in the Diocese of Memphis. He lives in Lexington.

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We were born fitting the description

Commentary: As COVID-19 rages unchecked, I must add personal safety to my medical concerns, because my new organ must not be damaged — either by rioters, white supremacist vigilantes or an overzealous police response.

Reform advocates push for early release for non-violent prisoners during pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic has reached the nation's local jails and state prisons, with inmates testing positive in the thousands, Catholic prison ministers are arguing for early release for non-violent and vulnerable offenders.

In Tennessee, unity in response to vast tornado devastation

In the aftermath of a storm that produced seven tornadoes and caused widespread destruction in Tennessee, parishioners and volunteers are working long hours to help residents in need.

Advocates in Kentucky reject Trump solution to homelessness

In Central Kentucky, groups like Catholic Action Center, The Downtown People, Room at the Inn, the St. John's Center for Men, and St. Vincent De Paul work to counter "clean up, clear out" policies against people who experience homelessness.