September 25, 2017

St. Alphonsus Shrine entrusted to Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter

“It’s a real pleasure and a real joy to be able to offer Mass in such a historic, beautiful church,” said Father Kiefer, a former Army captain who was deployed to Mogadishu in Somalia and Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
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Bishop Madden to lead Baltimore prayer walk for peace Sept. 27

Bishop Denis J. Madden, urban vicar and auxiliary bishop emeritus of Baltimore, will lead a prayer walk for peace Sept. 27 at St. Francis Xavier, 1501 E. Oliver Street, in East Baltimore.
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A Moving Story, Part 3: Moving Day

Robyn Barberry continues her "moving saga" in part three of her blog series.
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Sister Valeria served Rodgers Forge school for more than four decades

School Sister of Notre Dame Mary Valeria Wagner is fondly remembered at St. Pius X School in Rodgers Forge, where, from 1973 to 2014, she taught kindergarten, first grade and later ministered as a volunteer.
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Worst sin is doubting God waits for all sinners to convert, pope says

The worst sin of all is not trusting in God's infinite love and not believing that God is always waiting for his sinning children to return to him, Pope Francis said.
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Group issues what it calls ‘filial correction’ of pope’s teaching

Several dozen priests, scholars and writers have published what they described as a "filial correction" of some of Pope Francis' teachings about marriage -- particularly about access to the sacraments for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics.
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily: Diocesan Fiscal Managers’ Conference

Jesus’ final words to us this night seem to imply a divine law of economics: “To anyone who has, more will be given and from the one who has not,  even what he seems to have will be taken away.” Yet, these words of Jesus do not refer either to our charts of accounts or...
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