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Dio of Harrisburg 20h
In next Sunday's Gospel Jesus teaches that when we care for the innocent and vulnerable, we show our love for Him and for the One who sent Him. Greatness in the Kingdom of God is not determined by the world’s standards.
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Dio of Harrisburg 21h
A choir from showcased their talents at the recent Conference, held High School. Learn more at
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Fr. Dan Powell Sep 20
“Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, for his mercy endures forever. Let the house of Israel say, His mercy endures forever." I wonder how our lives would be if everyday we made sure we thanked God. For our very lives. For His presence. For His strength & mercy.
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Dio of Harrisburg 22h
The USCCB has announced new steps that they are taking to hold bishops accountable.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 19
Thank you for sharing your voices with us!
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 19
Help the victims of Hurricane via Catholic Charities USA & Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 19
A woman in prayer at the recent annual Hispanic Heritage Mass. Hosted by Ministerio Hispano - Hispanic Ministry of the Diocese of Harrisburg by In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
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Fr. Dan Powell Sep 19
“Love is patient, it is kind. It is not jealous. It does not seek its own interests. It is not quick-tempered. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.” May we be loving today not just with those it is easy to love but with all.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 18
Feeding the Hungry in York for 35 years!, a Q& A with Bishop Gainer, Safety in Catholic Schools and A letter to an Angry Young Catholic. All that and much more in this edition of .
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 18
Bring some light into the darkness, tune into Holy Family Radio AM 720.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 17
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church seems an unlikely place for a pilgrimage. Still, people of faith continue to be drawn to Centralia’s hillside in the abandoned coal town.
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Diocese of Arlington Sep 17
22 men received the Ministry of Lector, including seminarians from , , , and . Three seminarians from our Diocese (Theology-II) received the ministry: John Paul Heisler, Jeffrey Petroski and Jonathan Smith.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 17
Lift high the Cross! Do you have a crucifix in a prominent place in your home? Seeing Jesus’ sacrifice is a great reminder of the love spouses are called to every day.
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Fr. Dan Powell Sep 17
“God so loved the world that he gave his only-begotten Son, so that everyone who believes in him might have eternal life.” Ultimately, this is the bases of our faith. Not human beings and their faults. Jesus continues to give Himself to us in His Body and His Blood.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 16
We are living in a secularized society which continues to squeeze Christianity to the margins, or completely out of engagement with Jesus Christ and the Church. What can we do about it? Bp. Robert Barron offers this insight.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 15
Catechetical Sunday is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the role that each person plays, by virtue of Baptism, in handing on the faith & being a witness to the Gospel. Let us all rededicate ourselves to this mission as a community of faith.
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Fr. Dan Powell Sep 15
Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows. Mary stood by the cross of her son Jesus. She shared in His pain. The Lord is there to share in our pain & our sorrow. He is there to insure us all that we are never alone. Give your difficulties to Him & He will provide His strength.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 14
Good luck tomorrow Marching Band!
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 14
Today, the is the universal image of Christian belief. To early Christians, it had no beauty. It stood decorated only with decaying corpses, as a threat to anyone who defied Rome’s authority.
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Dio of Harrisburg Sep 13
What would you say is the most important question that anyone ever asked you? We answer this question not made so much by our words but by the way we live. Our lives tell all those who know us what our answer is.
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