Bishop’s Blog: Two sides of pope’s farewell+

Be ready folks for a barrage of speculation in which the so called "experts" are going to be fellow media show offs.

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The Media and the Church+

This is a challenge to every priest to live an extraordinary life of simplicity, humility, and holiness.

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How is the Church a Light for Humanity?+

Watch a video of Bishop Murphy's recent talk in Rockford, Ill.

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New pastors assigned+

At the end of June and the beginning of July there will be, as usual, some changes in pastors of some of the parishes of the diocese.

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Death of a Hero+

What came across in his lectures was ... deep insights presented by someone who believed totally in what he was presenting.

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Songs of thanksgiving+

The diocesan Ministry to Catholics of African Ancestry celebrated its annual Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Agnes Cathedral.

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Attention all high school students+

Diocesan High School Youth Conference offers a day of worship and fellowship with a line-up of great guest speakers and musicians.

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The Rise of Evangelical Catholicism+

Recreational Catholicism—Catholicism as a traditional, leisure-time activity absorbing perhaps 90 minutes of one’s time on a weekend—is over.

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St. Peter’s School author night+

Students from St. Peter of Alcantara School, Port Washington, read their own creative writing at Barnes & Noble.

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Building Peace+

This a beautiful meditation on peace ... that opens up ways to pray for peace, work for peace and become true advocates for peace.

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