February 13 - Ash Wednesday and is the media treating the Church fairly?
Mass with Bishop Weisenburger
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Lent begins with new protocols.
Parishes open for indoor masses
World Marriage Day Resources
Learn how natural family planning can change how husband and wife work together
Prospering in a Post-Covid world
All Catholics in the Tucson Diocese are invited by your Knights of Columbus Council 13272 and The Raso Agency to this very
webinar. Joe Jordan is an author, speaker, behavioral finance expert and former Senior Vice President for MetLife. His book, “
Living a Life of Significance
”, has sold more than 100,000 copies. He will be sharing his expertise and experience navigating tough times.
There is no cost, just go to the link to register.
Date: Saturday - February 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 Noon
Register for "Prospering in a Post-COVID World"
Prospering in a Post-COVID World.pdf
Dioceses dispute slanted conclusions, methods of AP report on pandemic funding
Is the media treating the Church fairly? Are facts being distorted for political purposes? U.S. dioceses are crying foul over an investigative report on coronavirus relief funding they say grossly mischaracterized the Catholic Church's finances and unrestricted cash flows, leaving the crass impression the church used the 2020 CARES Act to hoard cash.
How to get over resentment and bring your spouse with you
Natural Family Planning is the best way for husband and wife to life the free gift of self in marital love. Armida and her husband John seemed to have the Cinderella story until resentments crept into their marriage...
Ash Wednesday: Different look, same message
Judge stops pandemic capacity limits placed on New York synagogues
Students object to Abby Johnson speaker, call her past comments 'hate speech'
After 11 months of 'giving up,' what is there left to give up this Lent?
Bill would block taxpayer funding of abortion, make Hyde Amendment permanent
Survivor of genocide says there is joy, 'much freedom in forgiveness'
World Marriage Day to be celebrated this year on Feb. 14, Valentine's Day
Pope to diplomats: Fraternity, the true remedy to crises and divisions
Catholic Health Association outlines broad policy goals for new Congress
Pandemic shows need for new model of care for elderly, academy says
Catholic Relief Services shifts into gear to help during 'crisis on top of other crises'
Farmworkers 'treated as second-class workers again,' Florida activist says
Media road map: Guidance from a pope and a saint, both named Francis
Kansas bishop steps aside from duties as abuse allegation is investigated
Ex-seminarian's suit against archdiocese, seminary in Rome called baseless
Catholics in Qaraqosh, Iraq, call it 'miracle' that pope will visit
The largest Syriac Catholic congregation in the world is preparing physically and spiritually for Pope Francis' upcoming visit to Qaraqosh, Iraq. "Words can't describe how happy we are," Syriac Catholic Father Roni Momeka told Catholic News Service.
Pandemic, security pose challenges, but pope, Iraqis, hopeful for visit
Despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and security concerns, Pope Francis hopes to visit Iraq, an opportunity that eluded his predecessors. Iraqis are excited that he is scheduled to come, despite those concerns. "Iraqi Christians are very much optimistic because it's a sign of hope and solidarity despite the pandemic, despite the security challenge. It's a strong sign of solidarity," Iraqi Father Emanuel Youkhan said.
At Vatican trial, priest says abuse charges caused by jealousy
Global players join to set vaccine priorities, allocate resources fairly
Africa: World's second-largest continent has few COVID-19 vaccines
Solidarity, not competition, must rule vaccine rollout, priest says
Widespread vaccination, supported by pope, faces myriad obstacles
On Ash Wednesday, Philippine archdiocese to let families distribute ashes
Faith-based ERGs promote employee acceptance, comfort, adviser says
Latin American church leaders: Get vaccines, prioritize the vulnerable
Franciscans mark 600 years as guardians of Christendom's most sacred sites
Llamados a tener un Gran Corazón
Protocolos para la misa dominical y diaria (A partir del 15 de febrero de 2021)
Sacerdote: Solidaridad, no competencia, debe regir lanzamiento de vacuna
Líderes universitarios instan al Senado actuar rápidamente en favor del proyecto DREAM
Activista: Campesinos nuevamente 'tratados como trabajadores de segunda clase'
Papa:Un día que comienza con la oración es un buen día
Mass with Bishop Weisenburger
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Helping our Parishes Endure
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