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At Mass for World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Bishop Dorsonville calls for solidarity with people fleeing their country – Catholic Standard

During a Sept. 25 Mass at St. Matthew the Apostle Cathedral marking the 108th World Day for Migrants and Refugees, Auxiliary Bishop of Washington Mario Dorsonville – chairman of the United Nations Catholic Bishops’ Conference Committee on Migration United States – appealed for solidarity, understanding and assistance to people who …

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Return announcement: September 30, 2022

NEWS FROM PAST PAGES 50 years ago — September 29, 1972 STORY TIME – Sister Visitacion de Austria, OP, is surrounded by some of the kindergarten children as she reads them a story. Dominican Sisters Now Staff of the Immaculate Conception in Lihue, Kauai The nuns are new to Immaculate …

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Do not engage in activities that could threaten the unity of Nigeria, Abiodun urges Nigerians

Ogun State Service Chief, Dr. Nofiu Aigoro (left); Chief Justice, Mosunmola Dipeolu; Deputy Governor, Noimot Salako-Oyedele; Bishop of Egba Diocese, Rt. Rev. (Dr) Emmanuel Adekunle; Supreme Ruler of Remoland, Oba Babatunde Ajayi and Secretary of State Government (SSG); Tokunbo Talabi, during a special church service to mark the 62nd anniversary …

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“Don Antonio” takes to the streets to support immigrants

NEW YORK – Antonio Mendez, or “Don Antonio” as he is known in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles although he is not a priest, came to the United States from Mexico in the 1980s. remembers having slept in the street with no prospect of shelter, hungry, with only a quarter …

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St. Lawrence’s Church brings back Recycling Sunday for Winchester Green Week in support of local food bank

A CHURCH urges people to reduce their consumption and recycle what they no longer need to help increase sustainability and support a charity in crisis. St. Lawrence Church promotes Winchester Green Week by collecting unused or unwanted gifts, encouraging people to recycle their neglected possessions to make the city more …

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New Dean of Llandaff appointed

CANON Richard Peers, sub-dean and resident canon at Christ Church, Oxford, has been appointed dean of Llandaff, the diocese announced on Tuesday. Canon Peers succeeds the Very Reverend Gerwyn Capon, who resigned in May (News, May 20). He has close ties to the Church of Wales and to Llandaff Cathedral, …

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DC’s Ukrainians Celebrate Their Legacy Amid War Grief

As glowsticks twirled across the night sky, the dance-pop singer told thousands of onlookers to gaze up at the stars – and remember all the young men who will never see them again. Seven months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the three-day festival that St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral has held …

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Miracles should amaze and amaze us. Second, they should inspire us to action.

A reflection for the Saint Janvier Memorial “The Lord has done great things for them.”The Lord has done great things for us;we are really happy. (Ps 126) Today, the church celebrates the optional Memorial of Saint January, bishop and martyr. Januarius was a third-century bishop and martyr who may have …

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Pr. Blaine remembered as a humble priest who worked tirelessly in the service of the Gospel

Friday, September 16, 2022 IC photo/Marie Mischel + Expand Bishop Oscar A. Solis celebrates a funeral Mass Sept. 8 for Father James Blaine, who served in the Diocese of Salt Lake City for 45 years. By Marie Mischel Intermountain Catholic SALT LAKE CITY — Father James Blaine, a retired priest …

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St John The Baptist Anglican Cathedral in Bulawayo holds a church service for the late Queen Elizabeth

By Bulawayo Correspondent The Anglican Cathedral of St John the Baptist in BULAWAYO held a Sunday church service in memory of Britain’s longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, with some of the faithful reliving the monarch’s visit to the church in 1991. Queen Elizabeth died Friday at the age of 96 …

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FDNY 57 Battalion holds 9/11 procession at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral

Sep 11, 2022, 9:44 p.m.Updated 53 months ago By: News 12 Staff A delegation of FDNY members crossed the Brooklyn Bridge to St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral on Sunday for a special mass commemorating 9/11. Members of FDNY Battalion 57 led a procession to the church, carrying flags for each of the …

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Royal family divorces over the years

She was a fairytale princess in her puffy white dress at their July 29, 1981 wedding at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Princess Diana, 20, was 13 years younger than her single fiancé. Millions of people around the world watched the royal vows, but one guest inside the cathedral was particularly noteworthy: …

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“Mother Mary is an image of God’s love” – ​​Father Vinod Lobo at Rosario Cathedral Messe Monti Festh

‘Mother Mary is an Image of the Love of God. Make her a role model for your family’ – Father Vinod Lobo, assistant parish priest at Rosario Cathedral Messe Monti Festh September 8, 2022 Mangaluru: Many churches in Mangaluru and Dakshina Kannada celebrated the BIGGEST Mangalorian Catholic festival, ‘MONTI FESTH’ …

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Travel: Spokane Postcard | Living News

Spokane’s iconic pavilion is a holdover from Expo ’74, the World’s Fair it hosted in 1974. | Denis Lennox Spokane should be at the top of your list of places to visit. Washington State’s second largest city has something to see and do for everyone. There’s also a noticeable sense …

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Local People: The Anderson Family – The Resident Community News Group, Inc.

Posted on September 2, 2022 By the editor Columns, local people, our community The Anderson family For the Reverend Mark Anderson, his new post as assistant dean at St. John’s Cathedral feels like coming home. Anderson grew up in Jacksonville and graduated from Bolles in 2006. While he enjoyed academic …

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The Catholic Foundation of Utah helps meet the needs of the diocese

Friday 02 Sep 2022 Howard Lemke Special for Intermountain Catholics The Diocese of Salt Lake City has many needs, large and small – from constructing a new building to maintaining a parish’s flowerbeds – that are often first recognized by individuals within our community. To that end, The Catholic Foundation …

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Persecution in Nicaragua, about which Colombia remained silent at the OAS

Anarchy and unrest reign in Nicaragua. And the whole world has spoken. Recently, there was an outcry from UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who assured that “He is deeply concerned about the severe closure of civil and democratic space in Nicaragua and the recent actions against civil society organizations, including …

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Parishioners remember life of Gary Bishop Emeritus Dale Melczek serving church and community – Chicago Tribune

The Catholic faithful gathered on Sunday to say goodbye to Bishop Emeritus Dale J. Melczek, third bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gary. Melczek’s body, laid in a modest wooden casket, was escorted into the Cathedral of the Holy Angels in Gary by the Knights of Columbus honor guard …

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Around the diocese this fall

Saturday, August 27, 2022 Fall 2022 is shaping up to be a busy season across our Diocese with exciting events, occasions, and opportunities ahead. Keep reading to learn more about what’s coming and how you can get involved. Digital Missionary Training Day The Department of Communications hosted a Digital Missionary …

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See Peterborough’s first ‘little house’ for homeless people

Peterborough’s first ‘little house’ for homeless people will be on traveling display at Grace United Church, St. Peter-in-Chains Cathedral, Emmanuel United Church and the Purple Onion Festival from August 27-25 September 2022. Supported by Fundraising by Grace United Church and built by local businesses and volunteers, the model sleeping cabin …

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The cathedral will welcome thousands of visitors for Brisbane Open House this Saturday

Guides and hosts at SAINT Stephen’s Cathedral prepare for heavy foot traffic as Brisbane Open Day returns this weekend for the first time since the pandemic. Cathedral guides and reception chair Dr Barbara Reynolds-Hutchinson said they had seen around 3,000 people come through the doors in previous years. She said …

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Relics of Saint Bernadette – tour dates

In September and October this year, the relics of Saint Bernadette will travel on pilgrimage to England, Scotland and Wales for the very first time. This once-in-a-lifetime event will be an opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to discover the special gifts and charisms of Lourdes, at a …

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Portland Catholic Center for Faith set to debut this fall

PORTLAND – “It is such an accomplishment to witness firsthand the joy and awe that radiate from the face of someone who has come to a new understanding of God.” The words of Fr. Seamus Griesbach, pastor of the Portland Peninsula and Island parishes, perfectly sums up a new initiative …

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St. Mary of the Assumption in Lancaster now a minor basilica

Pope Francis named St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Lancaster on Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus’ first minor basilica. The designation is given to churches outside Rome by the pope because of their architectural beauty, historical significance, liturgical fame, or a combination, depending on the Diocese of Columbus. …

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Nicaraguan police ban religious processions in the capital

Placeholder while loading article actions MEXICO CITY — Nicaraguan police have banned a religious procession scheduled for Saturday in the capital, the latest sign of tensions between the government and the Roman Catholic Church. The Archdiocese of Managua urged worshipers to come directly and peacefully to the cathedral on Saturday …

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Vandalized Mayer-Marton Mural in Oldham Church Receives Grade II Status | Greater Manchester

A stunning mural created in a Catholic church by a Jewish refugee from the Nazis has been saved from destruction, decay and vandalism after being Grade II listed by the British government. The Crucifixion, by the leading artist of the 20th century George Mayer-Martonis a rare combination of mosaic and …

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“Listen to the cry of the people of Haiti. Religious orders call for international intervention in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CNS)—Religious orders working in Haiti have called on the international community to intervene directly to combat the reign of terror by armed gangs, which they have called “evil, frightening and unacceptable.” The same gangs are responsible for nearly four kidnappings a day in 2022 and violence that has …

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The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine has survived

It was another hot summer day when Bishop Erik T. Pohlmeier has officially taken possession of his cathedral church in Saint-Augustin on July 24, 2022. I say “another hot summer day” because more than 150 years ago at the end of August 1870, the first bishop, Augustin Verot, took possession …

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Diocese rescinds Fr. Eric Silva’s reassignment to Narragansett

A priest who had been furloughed after parents raised concerns will not be reassigned to a Narragansett parish after all. The Diocese of Providence said in a news release Friday that Bishop Thomas J. Tobin had rescinded the appointment of Father Eric Silva as associate pastor of St. Thomas More …

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Peace tree planted to mark John Hume’s second birthday

A ‘tree of peace’ honoring John and Pat Hume has been planted in the grounds of St. Eugene’s Cathedral to mark the second anniversary of the Nobel laureate’s death. The Bishop of Derry Donald McKeown was joined by Mr Hume’s family and friends for the planting of the oak tree. …

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Cultural symbolism: Why heritage sites in Ukraine like Saint Sophia’s Cathedral remain a threat to Russia

More than 160 Ukrainian cultural sites have been damaged or destroyed since Russia invaded the country in February 2022, according to UNESCO. The Ukrainian government says the number of damaged sites is much higher. Russia denies these accusations. Ukrainian officials accuse Russia of deliberately targeting cultural sites, half of which …

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Polyglot Eucharist at Canterbury Cathedral shines a light on Anglican diversity

There was something important and emphatic about the simple, familiar words of the Eucharist sung at the opening service of the Lambeth Conference on Sunday. The call to come together had never made more sense; the language of unity has never been more pronounced. It was a joyful service in …

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Two priests debate at WSJ on communion for pro-abortion politicians | National Catholic Register

Father Brian Graebe and Father James Martin face off in the pages of America’s largest newspaper. There is growing dissonance in the Catholic Church. To understand where we are, I recommend Ralph Martin’s book A Church in Crisis: Ways Forward. It’s a “You Are Here” marker on the map of …

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Pope Francis in Canada: How Ukrainian Migrants and Indigenous Peoples Can Learn From Each Other

Bishop Motiuk stressed that the Ukrainian bilingual school curriculum, which is part of the Catholic school system, cultivates a listening attitude. In these schools, a path of mutual knowledge was forged between the children of the indigenous populations and the Ukrainian children. “The students told each other the stories of …

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Indiana Senate lawmakers begin special session with testimony on abortion ban

More than three dozen Hoosiers spent hours testifying Monday at the first public hearing on Indiana’s proposed abortion ban. And not a single one spoke in favor of the bill. The measure prohibits all abortions, with some exceptions in cases of rape, incest and when the life of the pregnant …

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Ċittadella Cathedral Museum Renovations Inauguration

The renovation works of the Ċittadella Cathedral Museum were inaugurated after an investment of €300,000 financed by European funds. These renovations were inaugurated by the Minister of Gozo, Clint Camilleri, the Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds, Chris Bonett, and the Vicar General, Tarcisio Camilleri. The works included a complete renovation …

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Minister Anifa Kawooya and UNRA inspect Sembabule roads

KAMPALA —Minister of State for Health, Hon. Anifa Kawooya accompanied by the Executive Director of the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), Allen Kagina, and UNRA engineers inspected the road network of Sembabule on Thursday July 21 with the aim of addressing the challenges of the road network in the district. …

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Ramsey Choral partners with an international choir

A North Island choir recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with concerts across the island and in the UK. Ramsey Choral celebrated its 40th anniversary with concerts at St Paul’s Church in Ramsey and Peel Cathedral, both concerts being greeted with standing ovations. These celebratory concerts were then followed by a …

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Court approves sale of 42 Catholic church properties to settle claims of abuse victims

The sale of the Basilica Cathedral, along with 11 other churches, has been approved to settle claims by victims of abuse. (Heather Barrett/CBC) The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has approved the sale of 42 properties owned by the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John’s, including 12 churches, …

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Ralph Anthony Pieniazkiewicz Sr Obituary

Kaniewski Funeral Home – South Bend Ralph Anthony Pieniazkiewicz SR., 84 of South Bend died Monday July 11, 2022. He was born February 8, 1938 in South Bend to Peter and Evelyn (Laskowski) Pieniazkiewicz. Ralph graduated from Washington High School in 1956. He played football, baseball and basketball. He was …

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Manchester Cathedral DJ Sasha gig nearly sold out as church manager hails income as vital

Manchester Cathedral’s fundraising manager has defended the use of the building for raves ahead of another club night next month. Anthony O’Connor, director of fundraising and development, spoke of the challenge of raising £1.6m each year to keep the historic building running. He said events like the planned 3-hour set …

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Cathedral concert celebrates Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Published: 11:08 13 July 2022 More than 1,100 Hertfordshire residents and guests from further afield packed St Albans Cathedral last Wednesday for a concert to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The special concert on July 6 was presented by the St Albans International Organ Festival and the Hertfordshire Lieutenancy. Demand …

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LGBTQ+ people share their experience of faith and acceptance

The fight for equal rights for members of the LGBTQ+ community has been going on for decades, and that means finding an accepting church. SAN DIEGO — The LGBTQ+ community has faced a decades-long struggle for equal rights, and part of that struggle has been to find churches that welcome …

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Restaurant closures, inspections in Riverside County, June 30-July 7 – Press Enterprise

Here are the restaurants and other food facilities that Riverside County Environmental Health Department inspectors have temporarily closed due to imminent health risks between June 30 and July 7, 2022. Food space of Mary Pickford 1436850 Pickfair Street, Cathedral City Firm: July 7 To note: 90/A, passing, June 30 Raison: …

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Obituary of Patricia Jean Rafferty Parr

Patricia Jean Rafferty Parr, 77, died on July 3, 2022 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was born in Nashville, Tennessee on December 11, 1944, the daughter of Francis Xavier and Louise Summerford Rafferty. She grew up in Martinsburg, West Virginia and graduated from Martinsburg High School in …

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Catholic Institutions Join Global Divestment Announcement

Source: Operation Noah In the latest challenge to the fossil fuel industry’s dangerous expansion plans and increasingly empty climate rhetoric, 35 religious institutions from seven countries – including five Church of England dioceses, two Catholics in the UK and a Church of England cathedral – today announced their divestment from …

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The cathedral green crowded with families for the day of the festival

A JUMPING castle, petting zoo, face painting stall brought hundreds of people of all ages to St. Stephen’s Cathedral for Brisbane’s participation in the World Meeting of Families on June 25. Archbishop of Brisbane Mark Coleridge celebrated mass to open the festivities and then families came out onto the cathedral …

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Archbishop of San Antonio warns of ‘a culture of death’

Subscribe to La Brèveour daily newsletter that keeps readers informed of the most important news from Texas. The Guatemalan teenager gave the priest her name: Serenidad. They met on Tuesday morning at a children’s hospital in San Antonio, where the priest, Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, had arrived to comfort one of …

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In pictures: See Grayson Perry’s irreverent tapestries, which tap into British class anxiety, on display in Salisbury Cathedral

Six colorful and richly detailed tapestries by British artist Grayson Perry have been installed in the nave of Salisbury Cathedral in western England. The band, titled ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’, has toured the country before, but this is the first time it’s been staged in a church. The works, …

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Multidimensional Malta welcomes a closer look, by travel writers

By Robert Selwitz Malta wants more Americans to join the masses of Europeans who visit and relish its extraordinary multi-island nation. From gorgeous beaches and water sports to remnants of 8,000 years of history, this island nation has it all. South of Sicily and east of Tunisia, Malta has long …

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Death notice, week of June 25, 2022

Obituaries, week of June 25, 2022 – La Tablet Skip to content Father Michael J. Himesa retired priest from the Diocese of Brooklyn who was released from his diocesan assignment and who had been a professor of theology …

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Director of Music – Episcopal News Service

ABOUT THE POSITION St. Paul’s Cathedral is seeking a full-time Music Director to serve as Principal Musician, Organist and Choir Director. Together with the Dean, other staff members, and parishioners, the Music Director co-directs, manages, and executes the music ministry of the Cathedral. We are looking for a director who …

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Juneteenth March in Dallas seeks to “unify the streets” – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Standing in the limited shade provided by a tree at the Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center, Donald Parish Junior watched the few dozen who showed up to walk with him for a “Unite the streets » gathering on Sunday. “We’re going to be hot and we’re going to be …

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Priests with Local Connections Celebrate Jubilee Anniversaries |

GREENSBURG — Several priests with ties to the region recently celebrated the jubilee anniversaries of their ordination dates. They joined other priests in the Diocese of Greensburg to celebrate the jubilees at a special Mass June 8 at Christ Our Shepherd Center in Greensburg, with Bishop Larry J. Kulick, JCL, …

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Has your state recently experienced pro-abortion violence? Find out here.

(live action) In recent weeks, Live Action News has documented multiple acts of pro-abortion violence and hate crimes perpetrated against pro-life centers and churches in several states, due to the leak of the draft advisory from the Supreme Court drafted by Justice Samuel Alito, which appeared to show the Court’s …

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The challenge of violence | Lois Kerschen

In a previous blog post, I mentioned that pro-abortion protesters are disrupting Masses and vandalizing Catholic properties across the country. My point was that we need an intense education campaign to combat ignorance about the Church and the issue. https://www.patheos.com/blogs/musingsfromthepew/2022/05/culture-of-life-education/ However, this is a long term solution. In the meantime, …

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Religious leaders of all persuasions in the country and around the world gathered on June 11, 1982 at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York.

It was not a one-time phenomenon, but a carefully orchestrated event with decades of involvement and planning. The June 11 call has become an essential part of a week dedicated to ridding the world of nuclear weapons, a week organized by dozens of united organizers, many of them under the …

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The Diocese of Altoona welcomes a new priest and deacons | News, Sports, Jobs

Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown Bishop Mark Bartchak, (center) stands with (left to right) Deacon Brian Yurky, Deacon Justin Treon, Deacon Daniel Heiser and Deacon Michael Russo, diocesan director of the permanent diaconate. The Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown welcomed a new priest and three new deacons. Bishop Mark Bartchak …

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New canons and prebends announced

Lichfield Cathedral will welcome a group of new Canons and Prebends at a special service at 3.30pm on Sunday July 3. Prebends are given special ‘stalls’ at the cathedral to recognize their service to the churches of the Diocese of Lichfield. In the past, a shop was also associated with …

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SF transgender Lutheran bishop resigns amid pastor removal controversy

Reverend Megan Rohrer of San Francisco, who made history last year as the first openly transgender person to be elevated to the rank of bishop in the nation’s largest Lutheran denomination, resigned amid a controversy involving allegations of racism in the removal of the pastor of a Latino congregation. Rohrer, …

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Eight priests ordained on June 4 ‘inflamed with the Holy Spirit’, says Bishop Burbidge

Bishop Michael F. Burbidge ordained eight men to the priesthood June 4 during a standing mass at St. Thomas More Cathedral in Arlington. The ordinandi are Fathers Philip D. Briggs, Peter J. Clem, YA, John F. O’Farrell, C. Mauricio Portillo, Robert C. Renner, Daniel S. Reuwer, Daniel A. Rice, and …

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Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee: Live Updates

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II with her son Prince Charles; his grandson William, Duke of Cambridge; his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; and their children, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on Thursday.Credit…Daniel Leal/Agence France-Presse — …

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Mary Margaret Rose Pfennig, 93

Mary Margaret Rose Pfennig was born Margaret M. Rothwell on August 10, 1928 and went to join the Lord on May 4, 2022. Mary was born and raised in Gillette, Wyoming with her older sister Ruth and older brother James. The family lived on a 320-acre farm and farmed and …

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The Seat of the Rt. Rev. Mark van Koevering, Eighth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington – Episcopal News Service

THE HEADQUARTERS OF RT. ROUND. MARK VAN KOEVERING, EIGHTH BISHOP OF THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF LEXINGTON, WILL BE ON JUNE 5, 2022LEXINGTON, KY: The Rt. Rev. Mark Van Koevering will be officially seated as the eighth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington in a ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral …

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Nieto ready to lead the herd at St. Therese in Little Rock – Arkansas Catholic

Future priest grew up at St. Raphael’s Church in Springdale, will be ordained May 28 Posted: May 25, 2022 By Chris PriceArkansas Catholic Staff Aprille Hanson Spivey Deacon Jaime Nieto (center left) stands with Bishop Anthony B. Taylor; his aunt, Beatriz Nieto Bautista (left) and his mother, Maria Del Carmen …

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Music Review: VSO Chorus Returns Joyfully After Two Years | Vermont Arts

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra Chorus made its first foray into the world of the living on Friday at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Burlington after a two-year hiatus, and it was certainly a pleasure to hear the nearly 60-voice ensemble . They were joined by eight VSO brass and three percussionists …

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Nigeria: Outbreak of anti-Christian violence in Sokoto

A mob of young Muslims has attacked a Catholic cathedral and church in Nigeria amid protests demanding the release of two suspects in the murder of a Christian student accused of making blasphemous statements against Islam. The case began with an atrocious scene, filmed and broadcast on social networks by …

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Historic Hagia Sophia vandalized | Persecution

18/05/2022 Turkey (International Christian Concern) – The historic Byzantine-era church, Hagia Sophia, which now stands as a mosque, was vandalized in mid-April. Experts have commented and fear for the future of the building without proper maintenance and protection. The Hagia Sophia, built as an Orthodox Christian cathedral in 537, was …

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Scavengers and street dwellers receive food parcels from Antipolo Cathedral – Manila Bulletin

News / Metro / Scavengers and street dwellers receive food parcels from Antipolo Cathedral Scavengers and street dwellers receive food parcels from Antipolo Cathedral The distribution of food parcels initiated by the Antipolo Cathedral for street people, including garbage collectors and street vendors, continues during the pilgrimage season in May. …

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Putin’s war escalation: uglier and more emotional

Vladimir Putin lacks time and history. He will be 70 this fall. His shirtless riding days are over. He is short, rapidly bald and increasingly jowly. He is divorced, some say, because his wife did not produce a male heir. He now appears as an old-time comic opera villain often …

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Rose Imogene ‘Jeanie’ Hobbs, longtime teacher, reading specialist, pianist and entertainer, has died at 99

Rose Imogene “Jeanie” Hobbs, 99, of Philadelphia, a longtime schoolteacher, reading specialist, pianist and entertainer, died Sunday, April 3 of Alzheimer’s disease at Bishop White Lodge in the Cathedral retirement community Town. Raised by a teaching mother and father, Ms. Hobbs taught elementary school students in West Chester, Philadelphia and …

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Relics of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina to visit Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville – Catholic Telegraph

Tuckahoe, NY, May 3, 2022 – The Saint Pio Foundation announces that the visit to the relics of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina will stop in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville on June 3rd and June 4and2022, on the occasion of the 20and anniversary of the canonization of Saint Pio. …

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Three must-visit cathedrals in Cartagena de Indias

Cartagena de Indias is a city with more than 10 churches in the northern area alone, some of which date back to colonial times, maintaining the legacy of the Catholic religion brought by the Spaniards in the 1600s. Some of the most important religious scenarios of the “Corralito de Piedra” …

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DC Classical Music Performances: John Williams, “Carmen” and More

Placeholder while loading article actions For listeners who aren’t quite ready for the hubbub of summer gigs, the call of festival season, and ritual slatherings of sunscreen, rest easy: there are still plenty of gig options to late spring for those hesitant about summer. Enjoy sounds new and old in …

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Joint Church Prayer Service for the 215th – 2022 Police Day Celebrations

Along with the 215th Police Day 2022 celebrations, the Kuching District Police Headquarters held a joint prayer service at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on April 27, attended by about 200 police officers. May 04, 2022 Kuching District Police Chief ACP Ahsmon Bajah (2nd left) presents a keepsake to Archbishop Simon Poh …

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Decorated soldier Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole missed the Battle of Waterloo on his honeymoon

Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole was an MP while a prominent serving soldier The Cole Memorial Column, a prominent feature of Enniskillen’s skyline, was erected between 1845 and 1857 to commemorate General Sir Galbraith Lowry Cole, who as commander of the 4th Division was one of Wellington’s main subordinates during the …

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Sarah Penland, a production and project management graduate, is aiming for Broadway

When Sarah Penland made the decision to attend a graduate school in production and project management (PPM), she had specific criteria in mind. She knew she wanted to expand her skills and knowledge as much as possible. She also wanted to make sure she chose a program that would open …

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The Art of Faith | Artistic characteristics

Click to enlarge The program at 6 p.m. on May 15 includes a New Orleans-style jazz funeral parade through the streets surrounding the First Christian Church, followed by a jazz concert by the band Frank Parker and Mark McKnight. Art, music, poetry, inspirational and creative performances and …

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Woman gets probation after damaging well-known Denver church

Madeline Cramer had been charged with a hate crime related to the graffiti at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver. DENVER — A woman charged with a hate crime after spray-painting graffiti on a well-known Denver church last October pleaded guilty on Monday, court records show. Madeline …

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Angel Voice Founder Father Kuriakose Karichattom, 79, Dies | Kerala News

Muvattupuzha: Father Kuriakose Kachiramattom, a dean of Malayalam Christian devotional music, has passed away. The famous singer and director of the Angel Voice orchestra troupe was 79 years old. His funeral is scheduled for Monday at 2 p.m. at the Holy Magi Forane Church in Muvattupuzha. Father Kuriakose has led …

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Hyogo Pipe Organ Finds New Home in Vietnam Cathedral

ITAMI, Hyogo Prefecture–A magnificent pipe organ has found a new owner after a 2-year struggle to avoid dismantling and despite objections from some locals. The instrument will be provided free of charge to a Vietnamese cathedral. Chie Seo, 62, an organist at Itami, described the instrument’s impending move as “regrettable”. …

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Man charged after three church burglaries, police say

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– A Memphis man is charged with breaking into three south-central churches and stealing expensive equipment. Larry Jackson, 19, is charged with three counts of burglary of a building, theft of property of $1,000 or less and two counts of theft of property of $1,000 to $2,500. According to …

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Devotion to Pastor – Beat My Heart, O God!

By Pastor Jeff Jacobs Unity Lutheran Parish – St. Paul, Saetersdal and St. Matthew, Granger As we come to Holy Week, I share a poem by one of England’s great poets, John Donne, which is commemorated in Lutheran and Anglican churches on March 31, the day he died in 1631. …

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Decantei Tavern / Pedevilla Architects

Decantei Tavern / Pedevilla Architects © Gustave Willeit + 13 Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/979650/decantei-tavern-pedevilla-architects © Gustave Willeit Text description provided by the architects. The new tavern is located in the old town of Brixen, near the main cathedral. The building dates from the 13th …

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Elizabeth “Beth” Meidl | News, Sports, Jobs

Elizabeth “Beth” Meidl, 84, died Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at her home in Prior Lake. Christian Funeral Mass will be held Friday, April 8, 2022 at 11 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in New Ulm. Father Gerald Meidl will celebrate mass. Innichment will follow in the Catholic Cemetery Columbarium. …

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Opinion: Christian battle rages in Ukraine – by Len Port

Published on April 06, 2022. As Easter approaches, the commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, a Christian fight is raging within the war in Ukraine. The battle pits leaders from different factions of the Orthodox Christian Church, the predominant religion in Ukraine and Russia. It is reminiscent of so …

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A Mass in honor of the persecuted and suffering Church throughout the world – Aid to the Church in Need

“WHEN ONE MEMBER OF CHRIST’S BODY SUFFERS, WE ALL SUFFER,” Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York proclaimed in his homily during a Mass dedicated to the persecuted Church around the world. In so many places, he continued, there is “evil vitriol against religion.” The Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in …

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