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Dio of Harrisburg 4h
100th Anniversary of St Lawrence – On Tuesday, April 24, at 7pm Bishop Ronald Gainer will offer a Pontifical High Mass celebrating the 100th anniversary of the dedication of St. Lawrence Church in April of 1918. A reception will follow.
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Pope Francis 13h
God calls each one of us, and each call is a gift that should fill us with joy.
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 21
The Readings for Good Shepherd Sunday.
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 21
Congratulations to those receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation today at Saint John the Baptist, New Freedom with St Joseph, Dallastown and at Divine Redeemer, Mount Carmel with Our Lady’s, Mount Carmel and Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, Elysburg
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Fr. Dan Powell Apr 21
dailyhomily Today we celebrate First Holy Communion here at SJN. We pray for our children who will receive Jesus’ Body & Blood this day. May the Lord become a part of all that they are & truly be food for their journey. Not just today but every day of their lives. He is our life!
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Pope Francis Apr 21
When we are full of self-importance, we leave no space for God. So let us ask the Lord for a conversion of heart.
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Jason Gottesman Apr 20
Happy to spend the evening with , , and supporting ! Catholic radio in Harrisburg is an indispensable tool for evangelization!
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Tom Russell Apr 20
Wonderful evening with An honor to dine with
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 20
Congratulations to those receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation at Saint Rita, Blue Ridge Summit with Saint Mary, Fairfield.
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Senator John DiSanto Apr 19
Attending Morning Star Pregnancy Services Banquet tonight. Defending Life!
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 19
In this reflection hear why Jesus is genuine, authentic and the real thing.
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 19
In this reflection hear why Jesus is genuine, authentic and the real thing.
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Catholic News Service Apr 19
Mother killed on Southwest flight was firm believer in Catholic schools
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Pope Francis Apr 19
Mercy opens the doors of the heart because it makes us feel like we are all children of one Father.
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 19
Lord, I don't want to look at life through rose colored glasses but I would like to see the world through your eyes, through the lens of your wisdom... I want to see the truth wherever it waits to be found,...
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 19
Congratulations to those receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation at Saint Francis Xavier, Gettysburg with Saint Ignatius, Buchanan Valley and St Joseph, Bonneauville
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Catholic News Service Apr 18
Homework for parents & grandparents: teach children how to make the sign of the cross properly. says he sees so many kids doing it 'haphazardly.' Sign of the cross helps us relive what was done at baptism. Do it when you wake up, before meals, throughout the day
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Fr. Dan Powell Apr 18
“Saul was trying to destroy the Church; entering house after house and dragging out men and women, he handed them over for imprisonment.” Proving that we should never give up on anyone, Saul (Paul) went from persecuting the Church to becoming it’s greatest preacher.
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Catholic News Service Apr 18
Did you do your homework!!?? asks if people did what he asked them to do last week: find out date of their baptism because it is an important day -- a second birthday, when we are re-born to live united with Christ & his church
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Dio of Harrisburg Apr 17
Most people think of Easter as a single day. It’s never had the commercial appeal of Christmas, and because it always falls on Sunday, most people don’t get an additional day off from work. But for Catholics, Easter isn’t just a day, it’s a whole...
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