May 31 Honoring Veterans and U.S. Cathedral turns 200!
“The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity leads us to contemplate the mystery of God who unceasingly
creates, redeems and sanctifies, always with love and through love.”–Pope Francis
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UPDATE: More Tucson Parishes turn into Covid-19 Vaccinations sites
The Diocese of Tucson partners with the Pima County Health Department to bring Covid-19 vaccines to parishioners.
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God of power and mercy,
you destroy war and put down earthly pride.
Banish violence from our midst and wipe away our tears,
that we may all deserve to be called your sons and daughters.
Keep in your mercy those men and women
who have died in the cause of freedom
and bring them safely
into your kingdom of justice and peace.
We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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Congratulations to all the graduates! 🎉
US bishops blast Biden’s move to drop Hyde Amendment
Just after the US bishops launched a petition urging the government to prevent federal taxpayer funding of abortion, President Joe Biden, only the country’s second Roman Catholic commander-in-chief, took steps to make such funding a reality.
UPDATE: Pope names Las Vegas vicar general as auxiliary bishop for Nevada diocese
Pope Francis has appointed Msgr. Gregory W. Gordon, vicar general of the Las Vegas Diocese since 2020, to be an auxiliary bishop of the Nevada diocese.
Bishop-designate Gordon, 60, also has been diocesan chancellor and moderator of the diocese since 2020. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Nevada, he was ordained a priest for Las Vegas Jan. 16, 1988.
'America's first cathedral' marks 200th anniversary of dedication May 31
The first Catholic cathedral in the United States could have been a Gothic structure, but the first bishop for the Catholic Church in America wanted something forward-looking for the new country.
UPDATE: USCCB president explains how planned discussion on Eucharist was set
After receiving an unprecedented letter from 67 bishops appealing for a delay in a discussion during the bishops' upcoming spring general assembly on whether to prepare a teaching document on the reception of Communion, the U.S.
Navigating new COVID-19 guidelines as a church
Responding to editors' requests for a regular sampling of current commentary from around the Catholic press, here is an editorial titled: " Navigating new COVID-19 guidelines as a church," published online May 18 by Our Sunday Visitor, a national Catholic newsweekly based in Huntington, Indiana.
UPDATE: Virtual papal audience launches Washington chapter of Scholas Occurrentes
Survey: Religiosity seems to be 'buffer' against some pandemic stresses
The write stuff: Catholic school students win national handwriting contest
SCOTUS abortion case; pay cut protests at Vatican: Last Week in the Church with John Allen Jr.
In this episode: U.S. Supreme Court and abortion law; Vatican employees protest pay cuts; charity fraud in Diocese of Padua raises concerns; Vatican invites dioceses to take part in synod on synodality; 6th anniversary of Pope Francis’ landmark encyclical, Laudato Si.
Online system is denying people access to vaccines, Italian official says
More than 700,000 foreigners in Italy are "invisible" in the eyes of the country's COVID-19 vaccination campaign and are being denied legal access to the vaccines, warned a top public official.
Pope Francis greets holocaust survivor at General Audience
Lidia Maksymowicz, a Polish woman of Belarusian origin who survived the Nazi concentration camps, uncovered her arm today during the greetings after the General Audience, revealing her tattoo as a former prisoner of Auschwitz.
Stella Maris joins global call for increased security, end to piracy
Stella Maris has joined in a global call for ending piracy and improving security in the waters of West Africa.
Director of pontifical missions among El Salvador's COVID-19 deaths
Pope orders visitation of Archdiocese of Cologne
Cardinal Turkson at webinar: Urgent need to rebuild food systems
What is the Trinity? The Solemnity of the Holy Trinity, cycle B (Catholic Kids Media)
El Rosario en la Gruta de Lourdes: la oración de las "Mujeres en el Vaticano"
El llamamiento del Papa Francisco al rezo del Rosario en este mes de mayo, dedicado de forma especial a la Virgen, para invocar el fin de la pandemia, ha sido acogido en todas las partes del mundo y se han promovido numerosas iniciativas de oración, empezando, como es sabido, por los santuarios marianos repartidos por los cinco continentes.
El Papa: el buen diplomático, anclado en la tradición, pero dispuesto al diálogo
"Esta mundanidad asfixiante se cura saboreando el aire puro del Espíritu Santo, que nos libera de permanecer centrados en nosotros mismos, escondidos en una apariencia religiosa vacía de Dios.
El próximo 31 de mayo el Papa concluirá la maratón de oración
Como signo final, el Papa Francisco ha querido dirigir su oración a una imagen de la Virgen de la que es muy devoto: la Virgen María Desatando Nudos.
El Papa dispone una visita apostólica en la Archidiócesis de Colonia
EEUU: Obispos celebran el Estatus de Protección Temporal para Haití
Programa de la iglesia para estudiantes peruanos durante pandemia
¿Qué es la Trinidad? – Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad, ciclo B (Niños Católicos)
Mass with Bishop Weisenburger Online
June 1st 5pm (pt)-
Level II (Advanced Ministry Certification)-Theology Foundations
En Español - May 31st 6:30pm - Fortaleciendo nuestra Espiritualidad
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