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Review: ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’
John Gallagher Jr. and Jessica Lange in the Roundabout American Airlines Theatre production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey into Night” on 42nd Street in New York. (Photo by Joan Marcus) NEW...

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Mercy students stargaze with Vatican astronomers
Written by Mary Chalupsky
Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, astronomer and director of the Vatican Observatory, poses for a selfie with Mercy High School Astronomy Club members, from left, Maria Socarras, Michelle Orlando and Em...

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NWC students provide boost for childhood cancer cure
Written by Administrator
Members of winning team celebrates with panel of judges at Northwest Catholic High School in West Hartford. WEST HARTFORD – When the seniors in Matt Martorelli’s and Paul Fitzpatrick’s economics clas...

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Five new priests will serve the Archdiocese of Hartford
Written by Shelley Wolf
Ordaining prelate Archbishop Leonard P. Blair shares a proud moment with five new priests for the Archdiocese of Hartford after their ordination May 21 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford. From...

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Talk about martyrs of southeastern U.S. to focus on indigenous Americans
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NEW HAVEN – The Knights of Columbus Museum will offer a free presentation about the Martyrs of La Florida Missions, whose cause for canonization is under consideration, in June.

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People of faith must advocate for religious liberty, says House speaker
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., pauses as he speaks at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast May 17 in Washington. (CNS photo/Bob Roller) WASHINGTON (CNS) – People of faith have the responsib...

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Three men take big step toward priesthood
Written by Jack Sheedy
Newly ordained deacons, in red, embrace other deacons during the Kiss of Peace at the Mass of Ordination at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Waterbury on May 14. From left are newly ordain...

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Review: ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’
Review: ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’
Mercy students stargaze with Vatican astronomers
Mercy students stargaze with Vatican astronomers
NWC students provide boost for childhood cancer cure
NWC students provide boost for childhood cancer cure
Five new priests will serve the Archdiocese of Hartford
Five new priests will serve the Archdiocese of Hartford
Talk about martyrs of southeastern U.S. to focus on indigenous Americans
Talk about martyrs of southeastern U.S. to focus on indigenous Americans
People of faith must advocate for religious liberty, says House speaker
People of faith must advocate for religious liberty, says House speaker
Three men take big step toward priesthood
Three men take big step toward priesthood
Holy Family Retreat

ARCHBISHOP

Almost six months into the Jubilee Year of Mercy, we have to ask ourselves how we can possibly fulfill Christ’s...

LOCAL

Clockwise from top left are Sister Mary Seraphine Liskiewicz, Sister Mary Agatha Rutkowski, Sister Mary Bernice Pikul and Sister...

WORLD

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., pauses as he speaks at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast May 17 in Washington.

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John Gallagher Jr. and Jessica Lange in the Roundabout American Airlines Theatre production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey into...

FROM OUR READERS

FARMINGTON – Passionist Sister Mary Ann Strain has been appointed program director of Our Lady of Calvary Retreat Center. Sister Mary...

YOUTH

Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, astronomer and director of the Vatican Observatory, poses for a selfie with Mercy High School Astronomy...

Two priests to pedal for parish schools

our fathers ride 5770 webArchbishop Leonard P. Blair addresses the gathering of cyclists and supprters at Lourdes in Litchfield May 29, 2015, for the sendoff for Our Father's Ride participants. (Photo by Jack Sheedy)

HARTFORD – Two priests of the Archdiocese of Hartford will embark next week on a long-distace bicycle ride to Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal in an effort to raise funds for their parish schools.

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Five new priests will serve the Archdiocese of Hartford

5 ordained AJ 5D3A0240 webOrdaining prelate Archbishop Leonard P. Blair shares a proud moment with five new priests for the Archdiocese of Hartford after their ordination May 21 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford. From left are Fathers Philip T. O’Neill, Patrick M. Kane and Héctor Rangel Guerrero; Archbishop Blair; and Fathers Philip R. Schulze and Matthew G. Gworek. (Photo by Aaron Joseph)

HARTFORD – During the solemn and holy rite of Ordination to the Priesthood, Archbishop Leonard P. Blair welcomed five new priests into the Archdiocese of Hartford on May 21 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph. Approximately 100 priests and deacons and countless family members and friends joined in the celebration.

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