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Parish named for St. Francis blesses four-legged friends+

Notably, dogs were the only animals represented at a liturgy that typically attracts a variety of pets.

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Quo Vadis campers reunite for Holy Hour+

  Many of the teenagers who participated in Camp Quo Vadis during this past summer reunited at a high-school age Holy Hour at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception on Friday, September 29. The evening combined prayer and fellowship for...

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U.S. urged to end funding of research using tissue from aborted babies+

The bishops' pro-life committee praised a decision by the Department of Health and Human Services to end a contract with a company "whose business is to procure aborted baby parts."

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Catholic Charities honors Mike Breen, Bishop Perez at golf outing+

Breen is known as “the voice of the New York Knicks.”

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Father Kedjierski installed as 15th seminary rector+

View a gallery of photos from the evening.

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Today is ‘hour of the laity,’ Archbishop Gomez tells V Encuentro delegates+

About 3,200 diocesan delegates, bishops and representatives Catholic organizations participated in four days of dialogue and consultation to discern the priority issues for Hispanic ministry.

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Ospino: Encuentro reflects ‘energy, maturity’ of a church ‘here to stay’+

Hispanics represent about 40 percent of U.S. Catholics and nearly 60 percent of millennial Catholics, according to research from the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate.

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V Encuentro opens with procession, papal message, prayers for abuse victims+

The enthusiasm, compassion, the love and the joy of the Encuentro process is a means of grace.

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Bishop Barres pens pastoral letter on Archbishop Romero’s canonization+

"He died a Catholic martyr for human rights and human dignity and a martyr advocate of the poor and marginalized."

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New Orleans ‘Hope Monstrance’ to visit U.S. communities hit by disasters+

The "Hope Monstrance," traveled in 2006 and 2007 to 140 churches across Louisiana and Mississippi to promote the city's Katrina recovery and the power of perpetual adoration.

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