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Blessed are you when people hate you, and when they exclude and insult you, and denounce your name as evil on account of the Son of Man. Rejoice and leap for joy on that day! Explore the Sunday Gospel:
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The Diocese opened its Survivor Compensation Program this week. This edition of The Catholic Witness contains the details as well as features on the Celebration of African-American Faith & Culture and coverage of Catholic Schools Week.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 15
L.E.A.D. is an acronym for love, excel, act, dream. One local Catholic School has that as its theme for the year. See how students demonstrate their leadership skills in the school and community.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 15
Bp Ronald Gainer was interviewed by reporter John Finnerty about of children, the he has been holding, the for victims, potential civil case and more.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 14
Marriage responds to the deepest longings of the heart for love. How can you go out of your way to show your spouse love today?
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 14
Do the beatitudes comfort or disturb you? Bishop Gainer comments on this Sunday's Gospel.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 14
Throughout the diocese, hundreds of couples are married every year, and all couples married in the Church are required to go through marriage preparation. In this edition of Know Your Diocese meet the office that carries that out.
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Saint of the Day Feb 14
Saint Of The Day Saints Cyril and Methodius Because their father was an officer in a part of Greece inhabite...
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Fr. Dan Powell Feb 14
“It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a suitable partner for him. The two shall become one flesh.” This Valentines Day we ask God’s blessing on all married couples. May they live in a way that honors each other, knowing God’s presence with them always.
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Catholic News Service Feb 13
Report finds no evidence of racist statements from Covington students
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Pope Francis Feb 13
Detachment from worldly appearances is essential to prepare ourselves for heaven.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 13
They offer an alternative to abortion & over the last 23-plus years they have served more than 300,000 clients.1-888-LIFE AID is their phone number. Real Alternatives helps pregnant moms make the right choice.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 13
Family prayer idea: family members take turns saying something they’re thankful for, sorry for, and need prayers for. Not only will you pray together, but you’ll learn what is on your loved one’s hearts.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 12
Bp Ronald Gainer will still hold the Lancaster Listening Session tonight at 6:30 p.m. at St. Leo the Great parish, 2427 Marietta Ave., Lancaster. Parishioners not able to attend may send questions and comments to Bishop Gainer by emailing AskBishopGainer@hbgdiocese.org.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 12
The Diocese of Harrisburg has launched its Survivor Compensation Program. According to Bp Gainer, “The Program is another step forward in our efforts to show our support to survivors of clergy child sexual abuse. The program is independently administered.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 11
Tips for a good from 3 Catholic leaders involved in helping others with their marriages.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 11
Bishop Gainer's World Day of the Sick visit to the Lebanon Veterans Administration Medical Center scheduled for today Feb. 11 has been canceled due to the winter weather.
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Dio of Harrisburg Feb 11
The Event: Human Trafficking in our Midst: A Catholic Response, scheduled for this evening, Feb. 11, at St. Patrick Cathedral has been CANCELED due to the weather. No reschedule date has yet been announced.
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Pope Francis Feb 10
If we practice seeing with the eyes of Jesus, we will always be able to recognize those who need our help.
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Fr. Dan Powell Feb 10
“Simon Peter fell at the knees of Jesus and said, "Depart from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man." Perhaps we feel we cannot be forgiven, we cannot change. God does forgive, & with the strength that only He can give we can change. We can become who God wants us to be.
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