Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Archdiocese of Hartford welcomes three new priests
Written by Jack Sheedy
From left are Father Glen J. Dmytryszyn, Archbishop Leonard P. Blair, Father Eduar Gutiérrez Tovar and Father Eric Manuel Zuniga. (Photo by Aaron Joseph) HARTFORD – A priest cannot be a “Lone Ranger”...

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Pope goes door to door, blessing the homes of the poor
Pope Francis greets residents as he gives an Easter blessing to a home in a public housing complex in Ostia, a Rome suburb on the Mediterranean Sea, May 19. Continuing his Mercy Friday visits, the pop...

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Vatican official urges Canadians to work to reverse euthanasia decisions
A woman holds up a sign during a rally against assisted suicide in 2016 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario. (CNS photo/Art Babych)TORONTO (CNS) -- The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled, Parliament ...

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Seven men installed into ministry of reader
Written by Administrator
Seven men have been installed into the ministry of reader, a step in the formation of permanent deacons.

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Two men are ordained as transitional deacons
Written by Administrator
Deacons David Mark Madjewski, left, and Joshua Reid Wilbur pose with Auxiliary Bishop Christie A. Macaluso moments after the bishop ordained them to the transitional diaconate on May 13, the 100th ann...

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Returning from Fatima, pope says he has doubts about Medjugorje
Pope Francis listens to a question from Joshua McElwee of the National Catholic Reporter as he speaks with journalists aboard his flight from Portugal to Rome May 13. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) ABOA...

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Archdiocese of Hartford welcomes three new priests
Archdiocese of Hartford welcomes three new priests
Pope goes door to door, blessing the homes of the poor
Pope goes door to door, blessing the homes of the poor
Vatican official urges Canadians to work to reverse euthanasia decisions
Vatican official urges Canadians to work to reverse euthanasia decisions
Seven men installed into ministry of reader
Seven men installed into ministry of reader
Two men are ordained as transitional deacons
Two men are ordained as transitional deacons
Returning from Fatima, pope says he has doubts about Medjugorje
Returning from Fatima, pope says he has doubts about Medjugorje

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