Minnesota Catholic Conference fall tour coming to Duluth and Central Minnesota next week!
The Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC), the public policy voice of the
Catholic Church in Minnesota, is offering you an opportunity to go beyond partisan politics and explore how we can all better "live Gospel values" when considering the policy issues, decisions, and people we choose to support.
DATES and LOCATIONS
Tuesday, Sept. 30, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (Hibbing), 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 9, St. Andrew's Catholic Church (Brainerd), 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 14, St. Patrick Catholic Church (Hinckley), 7:00 p.m.
Join me! We will:
At the event you'll also receive the NEW Minnesota voter guide The Issues, the Candidates & Your Vote to help you make tough, informed decisions about the elected officials you support.
Event and materials are FREE.
09/23/14 1:07 am
Fall is heating up with events in the Diocese of Duluth, with the Diocesan Assembly, two events sponsored by the Office of Marriage and Family Life and a Mass to mark the beginning of the dioceses 125th anniversary celebration all coming in October.
The Diocesan Assembly will be held Oct. 4 at Marshall School, featuring speaker Thomas Smith, and a mini-retreat for newly married couples will be held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary Sunday, Oct. 5. That same Sunday at the Cathedral, Bishop Paul Sirba will celebrate a Mass to mark the dioceses 125th anniversary at 4 p.m.Read More
09/22/14 11:58 pm
Catholic News Agency/EWTN News Thousands of Catholics across Oklahoma responded to a sparsely attended black mass in Oklahoma City with prayers, eucharistic processions and demonstrations, as the citys archbishop emphasized Gods love and mercy.
We are gathered as witnesses to hope at a time when darkness seems to be gaining ground both here and around the world, Archbishop Paul Coakley said in a homily for a Holy Hour at Oklahoma Citys St. Francis of Assisi parish on the afternoon of Sept. 21 attended by more than 2,000.Read More
09/22/14 11:47 pm
By Joyce Duriga / Catholic News Service The Archdiocese of Chicago now knows who will succeed Cardinal Francis E. George. Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Blase J. Cupich of Spokane, Washington, as the ninth archbishop of Chicago.
The appointment was announced Sept. 20 in Washington by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, apostolic nuncio to the United States. Archbishop Cupich, 65, will be installed in Chicago Nov. 18 during a Mass at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago.Read More
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