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‘Urbi et Orbi’ – Pope Says Christianity Offers Unconditional Love

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Ozone Park Parishioners Take Faith to the Streets (with slideshow)

Chrism Mass

Eagles’ Coaching Reins Pass from Father to Son

The ribbon cutting with the Kellys and Catholic Club President Keir Johnson.

Notre Dame Football Coach Helping to Rebuild Breezy Point Infrastructure

24 April 2014

Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly was in Breezy Point on April 22 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the new Catholic Club building damaged during Hurricane Sandy.

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Ordination Day: Bishop Scharfenberger

23 April 2014

Scenes from the ordination and installation of Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger as the 10th Bishop of Albany.

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Caminata – Jornadistas Display Faith on The Streets of Manhattan

23 April 2014

Hundreds of youth came together in an act of faith and sacrifice on Holy Saturday to bring the message of Christ to different communities and cultures.

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Families Mark One Year Since Marathon Bombing

23 April 2014

BOSTON (CNS) – The families of the three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombing explosions a year ago marked the first anniversary with poignant remembrances and emotional testimonies.

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Chrism Mass

23 April 2014

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio was joined by about 250 priests of the diocese for the annual Chrism Mass at St. James Cathedral-Basilica, Downtown Brooklyn.

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Pope’s Good Friday Reflection Touches on World’s Injustices

23 April 2014

ROME (CNS) – Seated atop a hillside overlooking Rome’s Colosseum, Pope Francis presided over the nighttime Way of the Cross, joining thousands of people gathered in prayer.

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‘Urbi et Orbi’ – Pope Says Christianity Offers Unconditional Love

23 April 2014

VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Pope Francis urged Christians to remember how they first encountered Christ and to share His love and mercy with others, especially through acts of caring and sharing.

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Rome Booked for Canonization

23 April 2014

VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Weeks before the canonizations of Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II, Rome hotels reported they were almost fully booked, and the Vatican confirmed the Mass will take place in St. Peter’s Square, despite knowing that hundreds of thousands of people will have to watch the ceremony on large video screens.

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New Pope-Saints Changed Church’s Worldview

23 April 2014

VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II left lasting marks on the way the Catholic Church understands other religions and the way it interacts with believers of other faith communities.

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Bishop Scharfenberger Wants to Be with People

23 April 2014

ALBANY, N.Y. (CNS) – A bishop’s daily schedule is packed with Masses and meetings, phone calls and confirmation ceremonies, answering correspondence and dealing with crises. But Catholics in the Albany Diocese may also glimpse their new bishop dishing up dinner at a soup kitchen.

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