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The promotion of the junior mass 2023

Dr. Rob Mullen ’77 All Juniors and their parents are invited and encouraged to attend the Junior Class Mass on Wednesday, May 11 at 7 p.m. at the Steinhauser Gym. This annual event has been canceled by covid for the past two years. It’s so good to …

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Memorial mass held to remember family members who were murdered in Miramar 25 years ago – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A memorial mass was held Saturday afternoon at St. Bartholomew’s Catholic Church in Miramar for members of a South Florida family who were murdered 25 years ago. The mass will be followed by a march and a candlelight vigil. READ MORE: Hundreds of Brave Potential Showers to …

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‘Eighteen is a good ride’: Father Tonos prepares to leave St John – The Oxford Eagle

St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and the community of Oxford are losing a well-known and beloved leader, Reverend Joe Tonos. Tonos arrived in Oxford in 2004 and for nearly two decades led his parish and community with an open and broken heart and great love for his faith. When …

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Chinese capital Beijing begins Covid testing in business district

China’s capital, Beijing, reported a spike in Covid cases over the weekend and began mass testing in the Chaoyang business district on Monday. Within the district, one community pictured here has been classified as a high-risk area. Jiang Qiming | China Information Service | Getty Images BEIJING – Beijing, the …

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Vicki Thorn of Project Rachel’s post-abortion ministry dies at 72

An influential Milwaukee attorney who dedicated her life to helping women after abortions has died. Recognized by the Vatican for her work, Vicki Thorn, 72, died Wednesdaysaid her husband William Thorn. Grounded Thorn Project Rachel, a Catholic ministry for people struggling after an abortion, in 1984 in Milwaukee. At one …

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Why the Catholic Church must tackle its inequalities

When the Church’s social teaching looks outward, it sees inequality as evil, but fails when it looks inward. Photo CNS/Remo Casilli, Reuters The Church’s approach to human rights provides “a vital resource” for contemporary politics and ethics and has the potential to make a unique contribution to the challenges we …

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Brief History of a Romanesque Church in Mount Rainier

St. James Catholic Church is hard to miss on the Route 1 corridor and its history is also worth seeing. Completed in 1926, the large Romanesque church at 3700 Rhode Island Ave. at Mount Rainier was built of brick and stone on a steel skeleton in a grand style common …

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Catholic Church backs Galle Face protests – The Island

By R Ramakumar, Professor of Economics, Tata Institute of Social Sciences The island nation of Sri Lanka is in the midst of one of the worst economic crises it has ever seen. It has just defaulted on its external debts for the first time since independence, and the country’s 22 …

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Mass Under the Lights hits a home run with coaches and athletes

April showers can bring Mayflowers, but for sports they bring rain and delays. This year’s Mass Under the Lights event, which usually takes place on an outdoor sports field at University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, nearly suffered the same soggy fate, but was moved indoors thanks to university unrest …

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Joe Biden attends mass at church ahead of Palm Sunday

NEW YORK (1010 VICTORIES) — President Joe Biden arrived in Delaware on Saturday afternoon, starting his weekend there with a mass at a Wilmington church ahead of Palm Sunday. Live on the air Ask your smart speaker to play ten ten wins 1010 VICTORIES listen now Now Playing Now Playing …

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Palm Sunday Mass Times | Religion

The Archdiocese of Agana has provided the parish Mass times for Palm Sunday: Cathedral Basilica Dulce Nombre de Maria, Hagåtña Saturday: 6 a.m. Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament; 5 p.m. Vigil Mass, Sainte-Thérèse Chapel Sunday: 6 am Sainte-Thérèse Chapel; 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. main church …

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Volunteers make pierogies at South Side Church to help war-torn Ukraine – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Volunteers rolled up their sleeves to perform pierogies at St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church on the South Side on Wednesday. READ MORE: FBI Pittsburgh Office Leads Actions to Disrupt Russian Cybercrime Operation The pierogi-making operation is a weekly activity that raises …

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How the Mass Shooting Unfolded in Downtown Sacramento – CBS Sacramento

CBS13 investigates: California tops all other states in mass shootingsThere is an understandable impulse following a mass shooting to look for ways to avert tragedy. Many suggest legislative fixes, and California already has the strictest gun laws in the country. So what is the impact on mass shootings and what …

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6 killed, at least 10 injured in mass shooting in Sacramento, Calif.: Police

The shooting happened a few blocks from the state capitol building. April 3, 2022, 2:08 p.m. • 8 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article At least 16 people were shot, six of them fatally, early Sunday in downtown Sacramento, Calif., and police said no suspects were in …

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Pope apologizes to Indigenous peoples of Canada for ‘deplorable conduct’ by some members of the Catholic Church

Weekly general audience of Pope Francis appeal for peace Riccardo De Luca/Anadolu Agency via Getty Pope Francis Pope Francis apologized for the suffering inflicted on the Indigenous peoples of Canada by members of the Catholic Church in the past. According to Associated pressFrancis made the statement on Friday as he …

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Ukrainian American Catholic bishop visits refugees on Polish-Ukrainian border

CHICAGO — During a March 25-April 1 trip to Poland along its border with Ukraine, Ukrainian American Catholic Bishop Bohdan J. Danylo planned to meet with charities as well as preach and provide relief refugees and displaced Ukrainian children. The trip is sponsored by Catholic Extension, a Chicago-based papal missionary …

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Much of Shanghai is on lockdown as mass COVID-19 testing begins

BEIJING — China began its biggest lockdown in two years on Monday to carry out mass testing and control a growing outbreak in its biggest city of Shanghai as questions are raised about the economic toll of the “zero-COVID” strategy. from the country. China’s financial capital with 26 million people, …

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Prayers for Ukrainian churches and people

Today, Friday March 25, Pope Francis consecrates Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Archbishop Alexander Sample of the Archdiocese of Oregon joins the Holy Father and bishops around the world for the international consecration. Archbishop Sample had asked Catholics across the Archdiocese of Portland to pray in …

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Msgr. Boleslaus “Boli” Zientek Obituary

Msgr. Boleslas “Boli” Zientek The Reverend Bishop Boleslaus John Zientek, a Catholic priest in the Diocese of Austin for 30 years and the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston for another 33 years, died in Houston, Texas, on March 16, 2022, at the age of 87 . The son of the late John …

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Scouts reach settlement with Catholic committee in BSA bankruptcy

DOVER, Del. — A committee representing several Catholic entities in the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy has reached a settlement with the BSA and withdraws its objections to its proposed plan of reorganization, attorneys told a judge Friday. The announcement came on the fifth day of a trial to determine …

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Holy Week tradition returns to Catholic churches after 3 years of pandemic absence

As omicron’s push wears off, the Catholic Church on Long Island is bringing back a cherished Holy Week ritual for the first time in three years after the pandemic shutdown. Live Good Friday street processions with hundreds of people marking the Stations of the Cross will take place in several …

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Germany-based spiritual group buys former West Elmira Catholic Church

WEST ELMIRA, NY (WETM) — A historic Elmira church that closed last fall has reportedly been purchased by another spiritual group who say the building is their first temple in America. Bhakti Marga, an organization that describes itself as a “spiritual movement and organization” focused on “developing a personal relationship …

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Eastern Catholic Professionals in the United States and Canada Help Eastern Churches Abroad

CHICAGO — Abin Kuriakose was heading towards Mount St. Thomas in the southern Indian state of Kerala when he spotted a sign inconspicuously positioned near a small desk that piqued his curiosity. To find out more, he did what all curious millennials do: he Googled it. “And that’s how I …

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Spanish Parliament Approves Independent Investigation into Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Cases – JURIST

The Spanish Parliament voted on Thursday by an overwhelming majority in favor of a proposal create an independent commission to investigate the Catholic Church’s alleged sexual abuse of minors. The Spanish mediator should chair the commission. The final vote count was 286 votes for, 51 votes against and 2 abstentions. …

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Bishop Solis celebrates Mass on Ash Wednesday

Friday, March 11, 2022 IC photo/Marie Mischel + Expand Bishop Oscar A. Solis celebrated Mass at Judge Memorial Catholic High School on March 2, which was Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. Bishop Oscar A. Solis celebrated Mass at Judge Memorial Catholic High School on March 2, which was Ash …

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Catholic leader shows support for Ukrainians at settlement church – CBS Dallas/Fort Worth

Strong to severe storms are possible later this evening as the cold front moves inWe are still watching for the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms developing later in the evening. The line is expected to cross the Metroplex between 9 p.m. and midnight. 3 hours ago Catholic leader shows …

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Young Catholics say they need church leaders to listen to them and involve them more

By Christina Lee Knauss, Catholic News Service Young Catholics in the United States are abandoning traditional patterns of learning and practicing their faith, and clergy, youth ministers and others will need to make drastic changes to their style of ministry if they want to. keep them engaged. That’s the gist …

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Catholic Church fish fries are back in full force this season

ST. CLOUD — After two years of COVID restrictions, it looks like the Catholic Church’s annual fish fry tradition is back in the Diocese of St. Cloud. In 2021, the Catholic Diocese of St. Cloud required that all fish fries in churches be take-out or drive-in only. The year before, …

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Milwaukee Ukrainian Community Holds Anti-War Protest in Ukraine After Sunday Mass

MILWAUKEE, (CBS 58) — Members of Milwaukee’s Ukrainian community gathered for church the morning of Feb. 27, ahead of an anti-war protest at the sunburst sculpture on Wisconsin Ave in Milwaukee from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. for the first time since their home country was attacked by Russia. Prior …

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St. Petersburg Church Holds Prayer Vigil for Ukraine

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church held a prayer vigil Friday night as members gathered to pray for peace and protection. “We are fighting for freedom, democracy and our homeland,” said Father Bohdan Barytskyy. He told 8 On Your Side that it’s hard to …

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Strategies for places of worship | National Catholic Registry

Over the past decade, Catholic churches and other places of worship have given serious consideration to how they would respond to “active shooter” attacks on their campuses, but the greater prevalence of other types of issues underscores the need to create a broader culture of prevention, safety experts say. A …

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Suspect wanted after donation box stolen from St. Denis Catholic Church in Haverford Township, PA

HAVERFORD TWP., Pa. (WPVI) — Haverford Township police are investigating after a robbery was caught on CCTV at a church Thursday afternoon. Police say they are looking for a suspicious young man who was seen on video stealing the donation box from St. Denis Catholic Church around 1.45pm. “Right away, …

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Spain Proposes Commission to Investigate Catholic Church Abuses – World Peace Organization

Last Monday, the Spanish Socialist Party proposed a plan to investigate child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church. The prime minister has instructed the ombudsman to compile interviews with victims, clergy, experts, historians and members of the judiciary to conduct a thorough investigation into the growing number of cases of …

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Multi-Year Church Initiatives on Synodality, Laudato Si’ and the Eucharist Intertwine | earth beat

Students at St. John XXIII Catholic Parish perform the Eucharist through Colorado State University in Fort Collins in 2018. In November 2021, the U.S. bishops announced plans for a three-year national Eucharistic renewal . (Unsplash/Rachel Moore) In the space of several weeks last fall, three major initiatives landed on the …

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Snowfall forecast for Boston – NBC Boston

Snow began falling Sunday morning in parts of New England. Some areas are expected to see up to half a foot of snow by the time the storm hits. Snowfall totals and the magnitude of the storm have increased from what was originally expected. Here’s a look at some of …

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Charlotte Pazik | Obituaries | Mankato Free Press

Charlotte M. Pazik July 22, 1932 – February 6, 2022 Charlotte M. Pazik, 89, of Mankato, died on Sunday February 6, 2022 at Mayo Clinic Heath Systems. Memorial Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Visitation will take …

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Sri Lankan court frees church worker in grenade incident

Catholic Church leaders in Sri Lanka welcomed the release of a parish sexton on February 9, a month after he was arrested on suspicion of planting a hand grenade inside his church. Selvadore Francis Munindran and three others, including a nine-year-old child, were arrested on January 11 after a grenade …

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The Catholic Church in a legal battle to try to force schools to become academies | Academies

The Catholic Church is at the center of a legal battle over attempts to force Catholic schools to become academies run by its own multi-academy trusts, against the wishes of governors and headteachers. A consortium of school staff unions, including the National Association of Head Teachers and the Association of …

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COVID Survivor Sunday Mission: Help Bronzeville Community Get Vaccinated

CHICAGO — A Bronzeville church is working to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19, a very personal mission for a member. First Church of Deliverance Public relations coordinator Mikie Samuel says she survived a battle with COVID-19 early in the pandemic that left her in a coma for two months. …

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St. Anne Parish and Vietnamese Catholic Community of Lancaster Merge with Official Decree [photos] | faith and values

St. Anne’s Parish and the Vietnamese Catholic Community of Lancaster have united as one body of believers and will henceforth be known as St. Anne’s Parish and Our Lady of La Vang. The merger was made official in a ceremony on Saturday, January 29, at Lancaster City Church, located at …

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Rémi De Roo dies at 97; he was Bishop of Victoria

Social justice advocate dies aged 97. In 1962, he became the youngest Catholic bishop in the world. Bishop Remi De Roo, the former Catholic Bishop of Victoria who was known as an advocate for social justice, died on Tuesday at the age of 97. Former Senator Douglas Roche, a close …

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The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia has had a long facelift – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In an Eyewitness News exclusive, an iconic church will get a long-overdue makeover. It is the church that is home to one million Catholics in the region. CBS3’s Joe Holden got an exclusive tour of the plans for the holy monument in Philadelphia. READ MORE: All Philadelphia …

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“There is still a lot of pushback from the church towards victims of abuse”, warns a Catholic priest

A priest who has campaigned on behalf of victims of clerical sexual abuse for more than three decades has criticized the Catholic Church’s ‘toxic and misguided teaching’ on human sexuality. Anon lawyer Fr Tom Doyle linked the crisis of the Church’s mishandling of allegations of abuse and abuse to “a …

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Millions Raised in Church of Newfoundland Lottery Could Be Used in Mount Cashel Abuse Settlement

ST. JOHN’S, NL — The Catholic Church is asking a court in Newfoundland and Labrador to decide whether millions of dollars raised through fundraising by a local parish could be used to pay survivors of physical and sexual abuse in a former orphanage in St. ST. JOHN’S, NL — The …

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Statues destroyed at Virginia Church – NBC4 Washington

Members of a Catholic church in Northern Virginia entered a church garden and found a decapitated statue of the Virgin Mary. Several statues were defaced outside the Catholic Church of the Nativity in Burke, Virginia. Father Bob Cilinski addressed the parish in a message Wednesday. “I am so saddened by …

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The Catholic Church loses millions of faithful in Latin America

The Spanish-speaking and Portuguese-speaking American continent ceases to be predominantly Catholic. Neither documents, nor synods, nor the thousand and one conditional pastoral plans seem to be able to prevent millions of baptized Catholics from joining Protestant church communities, especially those of Pentecostal denominations. In 1995, 80% of the Latin American …

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Filipino Christian leaders warn of ‘dark powers’ ahead of election

Ahead of the general election on May 9, 2022, CBCP and NCCP are urging Filipinos to vote for genuine candidates with “servant leadership” qualities. By Robin Gomes Less than 4 months away from the general elections in the Philippines, the leaders of the various Christian Churches in the country are …

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Longtime Pastor of South Congregational Church Retires | Berkshires Center

Reverend Joel Huntington, pastor of the South Congregational Church, is retiring after three decades in the church. BEN GARVER — THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE PITTSFIELD – Reverend Joel Huntington’s childhood was steeped in alcohol. A native of Richmond, Ind., Huntington grew up with an alcoholic father, and his only real escape …

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Copyright and the Catechism of the Catholic Church hold some legal surprises | National Catholic Registry

The Catechism of the Catholic Church was published in 1992 after years of development. He has helped generations of Catholics deepen their understanding of their Christian faith. But those who want to use the text of the Catechism for Internet projects must deepen their understanding of something else: U.S. copyright …

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Bishop Deenihan to open Catholic Schools Week with live Mass

Bishop Tom Deenihan. Published: Wed 19 Jan 2022, 11:55 AM Last update: Wed, Jan 19, 2022, 12:00 PM • Representatives of Schola Cantorum to provide music during the celebration of Mass at Christ the King Cathedral, Mullingar Catholic Schools Week 2022 will be celebrated in parishes across the island from …

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Kayah State Catholic Church under attack as fighting escalates

17/01/2022 Burma (International Christian Concern) – The Burmese Army (Tatmadaw) continually targets churches and civilians in predominantly Christian areas of Myanmar where thousands have fled since the coup last February. According to UCA News, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Doukhu Parish of Loikaw Township in Kayah State was hit …

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Obituary of Barbara (Quatro) Pertuso – The Providence Journal

Urquhart-Murphy Funeral Home Pertuso, Barbara (Quatro) 96, of Warwick, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. She was the daughter of the late Romeo and Maria (Russillo) Quatro and daughter-in-law of the late Margaret (Seneca) Quatro. She was the wife of the late Angelo J. Pertuso. She is survived …

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Steven Gahagan Obituary (1965 – 2022) – Davenport, IA

Steven J. Gahagan July 22, 1965 – January 15, 2022 DAVENPORT-A Memorial Mass to celebrate the life of Steven J. Gahagan, 56, of Davenport, will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 15, 2022 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Davenport. The family will welcome friends on Saturday from …

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Funeral mass for the Trappist P. Léandre Dosch

Friday, January 14, 2022 By Marie Mischel Intermountain Catholic A Christian burial mass for Father Leander Edward Dosch, OCSO was celebrated on January 7th at Villa St. Joseph. The celebrant was Fr. Lourduraj Gally Gregory. The concelebrants were Mgr. Colin Bircumshaw, vicar general; Father Kenneth Vialpando, vicar of the clergy; …

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The church is not a museum

iStock-rparys I recently had the chance to take an after Christmas trip to France, a place that I have long admired for its Catholic culture and intellectual heritage. Although most of my time was spent among the museums, gardens and boulevards of Paris, a priority destination for me was the …

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Church Basketball League celebrates 76 years of getting kids playing

[ad_1] FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The Greater Fairmont Council of Churches celebrates 76e year of their basketball league. Children playing in the Greater Fairmont Council of Churches basketball league (Image WBOY) Every Saturday and Sunday, teams representing different churches in the area compete in a friendly basketball game at the Barnes …

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Sharon L. Harshberger | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Harshberger Sharon L. Harshberger, 67, in Altoona, died Wednesday at UPMC Altoona after a long illness. She was born in Cheverly, Maryland, daughter of the late William C. and Anna Marie (Sanker) Allshouse. Sharon married John G. Harshberger on November 18, 1978 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. …

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Victorian Catholic Diocese Convicted Vicarious Child Sexual Abuse in Landmark Decision | Victoria

[ad_1] The Catholic Church’s unsuccessful attempt to argue that it was not responsible for a priest’s abuse of a five-year-old, because it took place during after-hours “social” visits , was described as “ruthless” by the survivor and an “affront to common sense” by a judge. Last month, the Supreme Court …

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Hilda Marie Gordon | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Hilda Marie Gordon, 92, formerly of Altoona, died at Garvey Manor Nursing Home, Hollidaysburg on Sunday following a brief illness. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Rudolf and Anna (Schneider) Vorndran. She married Glenn B. Gordon on July 22, 1950, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in …

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Scotland set to forgive thousands of executed witches, 400 years later

[ad_1] NORTH BERWICK, Scotland — The wind blew hard one autumn night here in 1589. So much so that King James VI concluded that the witches must have gathered in this fishing town to recall the storm that delayed the arrival of his new wife, the sister of the Danish …

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Stolen statues in Woodland Park, nativity scene of the NJ church – CBS New York

[ad_1] WOODLAND PARK, NJ (CBSNewYork) – A thief targeted a church in New Jersey, stealing pieces of its nursery. The crime happened Sunday night outside Holy Cross Catholic Church in Woodland Park. READ MORE: Mayor-elect Eric Adams presents COVID-19 plan for New York City as Omicron registers spike (credit: Church …

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Pastors in East Germany call for shots despite protests

[ad_1] CHEMNITZ, Germany – The pastor opened the wrought-iron doors of St. Petri’s Church in the German city of Chemnitz and sighed in relief when he saw the long line of people waiting in the cold for coronavirus vaccines. Together with the parish council, Reverend Christoph Herbst had invited a …

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Elizabeth Susanne (Hartung) Zangel | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Elizabeth Susanne (Hartung) Zangel, 104, passed away peacefully (a centenarian) on Monday, October 25, 2021 in Reston, Virginia. Elizabeth was born in a “1800 House of settlers” located on her parents’ farm just outside the town of New Ulm, Minnesota, on October 5, 1917. The birth certificate indicated that …

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The Catholic Church recommends masquerading during midnight mass

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Catholic Churches Announce Holiday Masses Program

[ad_1] 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. *** …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Biden celebrates anniversary of 1972 car crash that killed his wife

[ad_1] 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 …

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Christmas Masses Calendar 2021 – Arkansas Catholic

[ad_1] 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, …

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What Nunsploitation films say about the Catholic Church

[ad_1] 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 …

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Christmas Masses Times for Western Oregon

[ad_1] 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 : …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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“Are there Catholics running the Catholic University? “|

[ad_1] 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 …

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Massachusetts UNH student died of accidental drowning, officials say

[ad_1] 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 …

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Kathleen L. Jones obituary – Akron Beacon Journal

[ad_1] 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. …

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Final plan of light beacons

[ad_1] 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 …

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Our Lady of Guadalupe procession returns on Sunday

[ad_1] 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 …

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Why is there a difference between Catholic and Protestant Bibles?

[ad_1] 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 …

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Manuel Garza obituary (2021) – Donna, Texas

[ad_1] 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 …

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Real authority | National Catholic journalist

[ad_1] “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 …

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Mary Ellen Sullivan | Obituary

[ad_1] 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. …

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

[ad_1] 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, …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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The Catholic Church finally apologizes

[ad_1] 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 …

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Amid black exodus, young Catholics push church to fight racism

[ad_1] (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 …

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