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The Catholic Church recommends masquerading during midnight mass

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – Christmas Eve Mass is the revered service taking place indoors this year despite the pandemic’s final stage. But the the state strongly recommends all parishioners, even vaccinated, to hide inside places of worship; not requiring them. State guidelines still require masking inside churches and places of …

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The church in Malawi is doing well, thanks to the contribution of Catholic women, Bishop says.

The Malawian bishop of Dedza praised the tireless work of Catholic women in the country. Vatican News French Africa Service Catholic women gathered for their Annual General Assembly at the Bembeke Teacher Training College in the Diocese of Dedza. At the end of the Assembly, the women decided to improve …

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Catholic Churches Announce Holiday Masses Program

Torrington: Saint John Paul le Grand Church on Main Street has announced its Christmas service schedule for the Catholic Churches Group. Christmas Eve: Saint-François Church, 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. Saint-Pierre Church, 4.30 p.m., Spanish Mass, 6.30 p.m. Christmas Day: Saint-Pierre Church, 8:30 a.m. Saint-François Church, 10 a.m. *** Christmas …

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The big idea: could we make Christmas differently? | Books

The Puritan MPs who banned Christmas in 17th-century England were right. They believed that the holy days should involve contemplation rather than waste, extravagance, disorder, sin and immorality, therefore prohibited not only Christmas, but also Easter and Pentecost. “Tide of Christ” (renamed to eliminate Roman Catholic associations with the Mass) …

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Biden celebrates anniversary of 1972 car crash that killed his wife

Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. President Joe Biden arrives at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church in Wilmington, Del. On Saturday, December 18, 2021. Today is the anniversary of the deaths of Neilia and Naomi Biden. (AP Photo / Matt Rourke) GREENVILLE, Del. – President Joe …

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Christmas Masses Calendar 2021 – Arkansas Catholic

Posted: December 17, 2021 By Malea HargettEditor Photo CNS / Gregory A. Shemitz This stained glass window from St. Aloysius Church in Great Neck, NY, shows Jesus in a manger surrounded by Mary, Joseph and three shepherds. The feast of the Nativity of Christ, a holy day of obligation, is …

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What Nunsploitation films say about the Catholic Church

A scene from Considering how prevalent images of demon-possessed and sexually “perverse” nuns are on screen – from “Black Narcissus” from 1947 to “Agnes” this month – you might wonder how convents do. have not all been struck by lightning to date. In September, members of the Catholic Church even …

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Christmas Masses Times for Western Oregon

The times of the masses were provided by the parishes. If a ward is not listed, please check the bulletin or call the ward office with assistance from Oregon Catholic Directory. Masses are in English, unless otherwise specified. ALBANIASainte-Marie, Our Lady of Perpetual Help728 Ellsworth SW 97321Dec 24 : 4 …

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Mass. Girls HS Hockey – Catholic Central League preview: 2-division format for this year

The Catholic Central League will feature two divisions this winter – North and South – with teams facing everyone in their division twice, and teams from the other division once. There are new coaches at Archbishop Williams (Doug Nolan) and St. Joseph Prep / Mt. Alverne (Tom Keady). NORTH DIVISION …

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“Are there Catholics running the Catholic University? “|

MANASSAS, Virginia, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Richard A. Viguerie, Conservative direct marketing pioneer, president of ConservativeHQ and its 75-person marketing firm, which sent 139 million postal letters and billions of emails last year on behalf of clients and conservative value causes and traditional, today issued the following …

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Massachusetts UNH student died of accidental drowning, officials say

The body of Vincenzo Lirosi, a 22-year-old student at the University of New Hampshire, was found in Durham, New Hampshire on Sunday, police said.Durham Police Department Vincenzo Lirosi, the 22-year-old student from the University of New Hampshire in Whitman, Mass., Whose body was found in a swampy area near the …

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Kathleen L. Jones obituary – Akron Beacon Journal

DOYLESTOWN – Kathleen L. Jones, 72, passed away December 5, 2021. Born October 27, 1949 in Barberton, OH, to the late Robert and Marilyn (Whitehead) Seifert, she had resided in Doylestown since 1977. Kathleen worked for DCAA at Babcock and Wilcox at Barberton and was a member of Sts. Peter …

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Final plan of light beacons

Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis Schnurr announced on Sunday that he was ready to move forward with an ambitious restructuring program that will impact all Catholic parishes and schools in Ohio’s 19 counties. The reorganization, known as headlights of light, will consolidate the 208 parishes of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati into …

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Our Lady of Guadalupe procession returns on Sunday

SAN DIEGO – The traditional Our Lady of Guadalupe procession will return on Sunday after being canceled last year due to the pandemic. Colorful floats, folk dancers and mariachi bands will once again take to the streets for this celebration, but this time at a different location. The procession starts …

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Why is there a difference between Catholic and Protestant Bibles?

The Catholic and Protestant Bibles are almost identical, except for the use of several books known as “Apocrypha.” At first glance, Catholic and Protestant Bibles look alike, with the same basic books brought together in one volume. However, on closer inspection, a Protestant Bible is missing several books that are …

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Manuel Garza obituary (2021) – Donna, Texas

Donna – Manuel H. Garza (Meme), 82, went to the Lord on Thursday, November 25, 2021 at his residence. Manuel is predeceased by his parents, Clemente Garza, Sr. and Aurora H. Garza; brothers, Jose Guadalupe Garza, Zacarias Garza, Clemente Garza, Jr .; sisters, Hydrangea “Tencha” Ramon, Victoria Avila, Maria Aurelia …

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Real authority | National Catholic journalist

“Let us walk in the light of the Lord! (Isa 2: 5). Isa 2: 5; Matthew 8: 5-11 Today’s readings contain two very familiar phrases. The first is from Isaiah 2: 4: “They will turn their swords into plowshares and their spears into secateurs. It is part of an inscription …

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Mary Ellen Sullivan | Obituary

PONTIAC – Mary Ellen Sullivan, 93, of Pontiac, formerly of Odell, died on November 23, 2021 at the Evenglow Lodge Health Center in Pontiac, Illinois. Mass will be held at 10:30 am on Monday, November 29, 2021, at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Odell, with Father Haake as celebrant. Interment …

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St. Paul’s Catholic Church incorporates the Squamish language into Masses

In an effort to decolonize the church, Catholic deacon Rennie Nahanee holds masses at Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim St. Paul’s Indian Church is on the road to integration, merging Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim (Squamish language) and traditional knowledge with Roman Catholic teachings and faith. Led by Elder Squamish and Catholic Deacon Rennie Nahanee, the …

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New Director of Archdiocesan Worship Office Hopes to Help People Understand “Liturgy Is Not Just Mass” – Catholic Standard

Timothy Johnston, former editor and training consultant at Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) of the Archdiocese of Chicago, has been appointed the new director of the office of worship for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington. He took office on November 8 and describes his new job as “primarily advising the …

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Here is the story of the birth of the feast of Christ the King in Cincinnati – Catholic Telegraph

Denver Newsroom, November 20, 2021 / 13:47 pm The solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, celebrated this year on November 21, is also called Feast of Christ the King, Sunday of Christ the King or Sunday of the Reign of Christ. While the concept of Jesus …

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Catholic Church Must Be Prepared If “Roe” Is Overthrown | Catholic National Register

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Catholic Church must be ready to act if Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion nationwide, is set aside, said the new chair of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Activities Committee. “Yes Roe deer is overturned, the question, as I understand …

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The Catholic Church finally apologizes

The Roman Catholic Church responds to renewed criticism after it was revealed that the Church had succeeded in avoiding numerous commitments to pay residential school survivors under the 2005 Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (IRSSA ). This deal, in which the federal government offered a formal apology and compensation to …

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Amid black exodus, young Catholics push church to fight racism

(RNS) – Byron Wratee remembers the silence of White Catholic priests after the murder of Trayvon Martin. Since then, he said, he has made the conscious decision to only attend predominantly black Catholic parishes. He remained critical of the church’s response to racism and racial justice following numerous murders of …

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Obituary of Antoinette Rodak (1925 – 2021) – Hadley, MA

ANTOINETTE RODAK HADLEY, MA – Antoinette B. “Jane” Rodak of Hadley, MA passed away peacefully at home on October 29, 2021 after prolonged illness. She was 96 years old. Born May 30, 1925 in Chicopee, Massachusetts to immigrant parents from southeastern Poland, Stanislaw and Katarzyna (Wisniowska) Brzezowski, Antoinette was the …

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George Mechler Obituary – The Daily Ardmoreite

Georges mechler Marietta – George James Mechler was born on Friday April 19, 1929 in Castroville, Texas, the son of Albert A Mechler Sr. and Clara Ehlinger Mechler. With the Lord on Monday, October 18, 2021 at her home near Marietta, Oklahoma at the age of 92 years, 5 months …

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A story of communion: we are all “unworthy”

Five years ago, before the fire that ravaged Notre Dame de Paris, I was traveling in France. One beautiful Sunday morning, I entered the cathedral to attend mass. The renowned beauty of Notre-Dame drew me into her sacred arms illuminated with jewels. Arrived early, I silently walked around the perimeter …

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Jubilee Mass honors priests of Maine in Scarborough

Bishop Robert Deeley speaks on September 24 at the annual Jubilee Mass that honors priests celebrating special anniversaries since their ordination to the priesthood, especially those commemorating 25 or 50 years as a priest. It took place at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church in Scarborough. Contribution photo SCARBOROUGH – More than …

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Bonnie Welter | News, Sports, Jobs

MORGAN – Bonnie Welter, 66, of Morgan, died on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the Benedictine Health Care Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Christian Burial Mass will be held at 3 p.m. on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Morgan, Minnesota, with the funeral at a later …

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Marie E. Gonci 1932-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

ALLIANCE – Mary E. Krispinsky Gonci, 89, surrounded by her family, returned home to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 26, 2021. Born August 5, 1932 in Youngstown to John and Mary Somsky Krispinsky, she has lived at Alliance most of her life. She graduated in 1950 from Wilson …

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At Mass for migrants and refugees, Bishop Dorsonville echoes the Pope’s call for solidarity with people fleeing their country – Catholic Standard

During a mass on September 26 marking the 107e World Migrant and Refugee Day, Washington Auxiliary Bishop Mario E. Dorsonville, chair of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops ‘Migration Committee, urged people to heed Pope Francis’ urge to “move on. from indifference to solidarity ”. “Countries have a moral …

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Obituary of Dorothy Anne (Hayes) Leathers

Leathers, Dorothy Anne (Hayes) of Minneapolis passed away peacefully on September 17, 2021, aged 91. Her children had the privilege of being with their beloved mother for the two weeks leading up to her passing. Dorothy attended elementary school at a one-class school in Hamel, MN; high school at Wayzata …

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things are breaking | Commonwealth Magazine

How did Bernstein complete the work? In a letter dated May 25, 1971 — just over three months before the September premier—Bernstein wrote poignantly on the problem of how to pass “from this howling anger to the serenity of Communion, that is to say the end? He judged the “No …

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Joseph Delmore | Death notice | journal-journal.com

BOURBONNAIS – Joseph J. Delmore, 65, from Bourbonnais, died on Saturday September 18, 2021 at his home. He was born December 25, 1955 in Rochester, Minn., The son of James “JP” and Mary Kiffe Delmore. Joe married Amy Kirsch on September 16, 1983 at the BVM Maternity Catholic Church in …

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Emil Kubin obituary (2021) – Omaha, NE

Kubin, Emil Joseph “Joe” July 21, 1940 – September 13, 2021 Emil Joseph “Joe” Kubin was born in Omaha on July 21, 1940 and died on September 13, 2021 after a long illness. With the exception of several years of military service, he has lived in Omaha his entire life. …

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Betty Lou Stewart :: Kloster Funeral Home

click here for hours of service or to leave your condolences Betty Lou Stewart, aged 90 from Marengo, passed away on Saturday August 21, 2021 at Rose Haven Nursing Home, Marengo. Christian Burial Mass: 11:00 am Tuesday August 24, 2021, St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Marengo with Fr. David Wilkening officiating. …

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Obituary: Maryellen Byers Phillips, 87, from Milford

MILFORD, CT – (From Cody-White Funeral Home) 87-year-old Maryellen Byers Phillips, beloved wife of John Phillips Sr., passed away peacefully with the immense love of her family in her heart on Saturday, July 31 2021. Born September 8, 1933 in Brooklyn, NY to the late John Robert and Susan Mansfield …

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