Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Respect Life Conference to grapple with hot-button issues
Written by Administrator
Father Thadeusz PacholczykEnd-of-life decision-making, transgender issues, young adult pro-lifers and embryo adoption are among the topics to be tackled at the annual Respect Life ...

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Bishop defends Jesuit priest after seminary withdraws invitation
Jesuit Father James MartinWASHINGTON (CNS) -- A U.S. bishop vigorously defended Jesuit Father James Martin when a prominent U.S. seminary canceled an invitation it had extended to the well-known autho...

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Salesian priest recounts harrowing tale of his capture, liberation
Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who was released from captivity Sept. 12, greets journalists as he arrives for a news conference in Rome Sept. 16. Father Uzhunnalil was abducted during an attack on a charity c...

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Sacred Heart students celebrate Hispanic heritage
Written by Administrator
Third-grade art students at Sacred Heart School in New Britain decorate bottles to be used as musical instruments during the first week of Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.

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Catholic college leaders reach out to DACA students in uncertain times
Young immigration activists and those enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, take part in a rally Sept. 12 in Washington to urge Congress to pass the DREAM Act. (CNS ...

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Caravan of Louisiana parishioners takes supplies, hope to Harvey victims
Volunteers from St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Parish in Metairie, La., unload relief goods for Hurricane Harvey victims Sept. 9 at a warehouse run by Catholic Charities Southeast Texas. After unload...

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Respect Life Conference to grapple with hot-button issues
Respect Life Conference to grapple with hot-button issues
Bishop defends Jesuit priest after seminary withdraws invitation
Bishop defends Jesuit priest after seminary withdraws invitation
Salesian priest recounts harrowing tale of his capture, liberation
Salesian priest recounts harrowing tale of his capture, liberation
Sacred Heart students celebrate Hispanic heritage
Sacred Heart students celebrate Hispanic heritage
 Catholic college leaders reach out to DACA students in uncertain times
Catholic college leaders reach out to DACA students in uncertain times
Caravan of Louisiana parishioners takes supplies, hope to Harvey victims
Caravan of Louisiana parishioners takes supplies, hope to Harvey victims

Latest Commentary

  • September 19, 2017 Bill Dunn

    Prayer is a blessed mystery

    Over the years, when people asked me to pray for them, I usually would, but within a few days I’d forget about it until the next time I saw them. And then, of course, I’d feel guilty about forgetting. So last year I finally decided to start a prayer notebook.…
  • Come home, millennials

    Cody Guarnieri
    Catholicism is under siege. What concerns me most is that the assault is not by the…
  • Nicholas Winton

    M. Regina Cram
    In December 1938, 29-year-old British stockbroker Nicholas Winton visited Prague to…
  • Casting the first stone

    Joe Pisani
    When we gather around the water cooler to gossip, I’m always ready to cast the first…
  • Whose job is it to teach youngsters about the faith?

    Father Tim Hickey
    Q: Whose responsibility is it really to teach our youngsters the Catholic faith? A: In a…

ARCHBISHOP

At the beginning of July, in Orlando, I was privileged to attend the National Convocation of Catholic Leaders organized by...

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T Sister of Life Veronica Sullivan and her brother, Father James Sullivan, pastor of Assumption Parish in Ansonia, second...

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St. Thomas the Apostle School in West Hartford will have an 80th Birthday Masquerade from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct.

Catholic apologetics course

Category
Meetings, talks presentations, workshops
Date
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 07:00 PM
Venue
St. Margret Mary Church, South Windsor - 80 Hayes Road
South Windsor CT
Telephone
Jayson: 860-207-0517; or Donna: 860-952-4005 or marottodonna@yahoo.com.
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"The Case for Christianity," a 10-week interactive course on Catholic apologetics, will meet on Wednesdays from 7-8:30 p.m. beginning July 12 at St. Margaret Mary Church in South Windsor.  The class will focus on presenting historical and evidential bases for Christianity, defending it against objections. It is designed to help people give factual answers to what they believe and why"they are Catholic. Information is available from Jayson at 860-207-0517 or jaymbru@gmail.com or Donna at 860-952-4005 or marottodonna@yahoo.com.  

 
 

All Dates

  • Wednesday, 26 July 2017 07:00 PM