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Dio of Harrisburg 12h
Imagine going on vacation and finding no peace and quiet; no rest. See how Jesus & the disciples react to that situation in this Sunday's Gospel in this reflection by Bishop Gainer.
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Dio of Harrisburg 12h
Imagine going on vacation and finding no peace and quiet; no rest. See how Jesus & the disciples react to that situation in this Sunday's Gospel in this reflection by Bishop Gainer.
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Dio of Harrisburg 13h
In Sunday's Gospel, Jesus extends an invitation so timely for midsummer: "Come away … and rest a while." Whatever else you might be doing this weekend, come away and rest a while in the Lord’s presence at Mass.
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Dio of Harrisburg 13h
In Sunday's Gospel, Jesus extends an invitation so timely for midsummer: "Come away … and rest a while." Whatever else you might be doing this weekend, come away and rest a while in the Lord’s presence at Mass.
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Dio of Harrisburg 17h
The story of many foundresses of religious communities can make for fascinating reading. Those women were dedicated and tough and fought for those they served. Let’s thank the Lord for raising up such wonderful examples of faith....
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Dio of Harrisburg 17h
The story of many foundresses of religious communities can make for fascinating reading. Those women were dedicated and tough and fought for those they served. Let’s thank the Lord for raising up such wonderful examples of faith.
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Dio of Harrisburg 19h
Slow me down today, Lord, and whisper a word or two or more in the quiet of my mind and heart... When I'm cursing others or myself, whisper words of blessing... When I'm judging others' words and...
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Fr. Dan Powell Jul 18
“Blessed are you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, you have revealed to little ones the mysteries of the Kingdom.” Are we willing to be little in God’s presence? Are we willing to allow Him to guide our lives? Letting God be in charge can make all the difference.
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US Catholic Bishops Jul 18
Today marks 6 months until the March for Life. See you in DC on January 18, 2019! Stay up to date with USCCB Pro-Life activities on Twitter at .
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Pope Francis Jul 18
Jesus invites us to build the civilization of love together in the situations we are called to live every day.
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 18
Sister Susan Marie Kuk, IHM is a Golden Apple Award winning teacher at Trinity High School. " To see a student grow and change, to become a person of faith and moral character is the prayer I pray each day.” Learn more at
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 18
Do you have any board games to donate? Catholic Charities has a need for them. Check it out!
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Fr. Dan Powell Jul 17
“If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.” Why do we choose to do certain things that we know are not good for us yet we do them anyway? The Lord is never far away. He is always there to help us make good decisions and good choices. Turn to Him today.
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 17
The Diocese of Harrisburg is celebrating 150 years. To celebrate that, the Diocese asked it's people to share a video sharing how their Faith has impacted their life. In this video, Lucas share's one such experience. See more at...
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 17
The Diocese of Harrisburg is celebrating 150 years. To celebrate that, the Diocese asked it's people to share a video sharing how their Faith has impacted their life. In this video, Lucas share's one such experience. See more at
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 17
The annual Catholic School Art Contest, hosted by the Diocesan Office for Evangelization and Catechesis, offered students in grades 7-12 an opportunity to showcase their God-given artistic talents in the now sixth-annual event.
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 17
The annual Catholic School Art Contest, hosted by the Diocesan Office for Evangelization and Catechesis, offered students in grades 7-12 an opportunity to showcase their God-given artistic talents in the now sixth-annual event.
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Catholic News Agency Jul 17
"Pope Francis surprised wedding guests Saturday when he unexpectedly celebrated a marriage being held at a small chapel in the Vatican Gardens."
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Dio of Harrisburg Jul 16
Today we celebrate Our Lady of Mount Carmel, patron of Bolivia & Chile. The Carmelite order has given the Church many important saints, including: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross & St. Therese of Lisieux. Here, crowns a statute of Our Lady in Santiago, Chile.
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Fr. Dan Powell Jul 16
“Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven.” If we listen to the Lord and follow His lead there will be some who do not understand, who do not agree. In the end, who will we choose to listen to today?
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