May 26, 2020

Reopening Our Parishes: A message from Archbishop Lori

I am happy to announce that some of us, at least, will be able to return to Mass for the feast of Pentecost, though only at one-third the seating capacity of our churches.
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Buffalo sends seminarians to Baltimore

Following an extensive review process, the Diocese of Buffalo has selected St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore – the first Roman Catholic seminary in the United States – for the academic and spiritual formation program for its seminarians, beginning in fall 2020.
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Public Masses will begin again in Archdiocese of Baltimore, with restrictions

Some parishes in the Archdiocese of Baltimore will offer public Masses May 30-31, the feast of Pentecost, for the first time since mid-March, as the state of Maryland slowly reopens in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Search for Christian unity is making progress, pope says

Marking the 25th anniversary of St. John Paul II's encyclical on Christian unity, Pope Francis said he shares "the healthy impatience" of those who think more can and should be done, but he also insisted that Christians must be grateful for the progress made.
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RADIO INTERVIEW: Scott Hahn discusses death and resurrection of the body

In the May 24 episode of "Catholic Baltimore," Father Brian Nolan speaks with Dr. Scott Hahn, a Catholic theologian and bestselling author, about his new book, "Hope to Die: The Christian Meaning of Death and Resurrection of the Body."
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