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Diocese of Bridgeport 2h
Today's intention: Let us pray for the sick, may they be healed of their illness and wounds.
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Diocese of Bridgeport 6h
In a world that tells us to avoid all sacrifice and suffering, we must remember that healing can come through someone who chooses to take up their cross for the sake of their neighbor.
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Diocese of Bridgeport 7h
School has been in session for almost a month, and the are thriving! Check it out!
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Diocese of Bridgeport 11h
St. Rose School turns 60 this year! A 60th-anniversary celebration is planned for October 6th with an 11 am Mass of Thanksgiving and an Oktoberfest themed celebration on the grounds immediately following, from noon-4 pm.
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Des Moines Diocese 12h
Bp Pates is asked how he became a bishop in project through the . See how Bishop responds.
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Diocese of Bridgeport 12h
Marde Dimon, a teacher at brought a butterfly habitat to SJCA for students! The school community has enjoyed watching the exciting transformation from caterpillar to butterfly! Full story:
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Diocese of Bridgeport 15h
Every human heart is somewhere between Emmaus and Jerusalem. -
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
Today's intention: On the feast of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist, we pray that all may hear the good news of the Gospel.
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
It is time for your regularly scheduled trip around the Diocese! This week, we recap our Clergy Mass of Reparation and our trip to the for a conference on Racism in the Catholic Church.
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
. has asked all the pastors in the Diocese of Bridgeport to celebrate a local Mass of Reparation in their parish. Looking for yours? We have a (growing) list on our website!
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Des Moines Diocese Sep 21
Why do you have faith in Jesus? See how Bp Pates answers this in project through the .
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
Recently, St. Catherine of Siena School in decorated the doors of their restrooms with positive affirmations and uplifting messages! So very important!
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
“Catholic social teaching on race suffers from a lack of passion. Racial justice is not now nor has it ever been a passionate matter for most Catholics." - at the symposium on Racism in the Catholic Church. Full article:
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Always nice to welcome such a great group of grandparents for Mass this morning. Thanks for coming and sharing in the celebration of the mass with your grandchildren. Thanks too to Fr. Bob Krofut ‘64 for celebrating mass and Deacon John for assisting.
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
We need to seek God's forgiveness and mercy always in prayer. Fr. Sam shares how in this week's !
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 21
Happy Feast of St. Matthew! And a happy feast day to the priests, staff, and parishioners at ! We are praying for you especially today!
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 20
Today's intention: Let us pray for walls and barriers in our lives to be torn down, so that we may seek solace from the Prince of Peace.
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 20
“Survivors of this evil, this sin, this crime deserve our love, support, and accompaniment They are a sign of courage in our midst, a sign of hope." Watch 's homily from last Saturday's Clergy Mass of Reparation.
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Diocese of Bridgeport Sep 20
Gear up for tomorrow's by watching last week's video, where Father Sam explains why we pray "give us this day our daily bread" during the Our Father!
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Des Moines Diocese Sep 20
Can you describe your faith in one word? Hear how Bp Pates answers this question in project thanks to the .
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