Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut
Monday, July 24, 2017
U.S. bishops call for permanent protection for young migrants
An immigration rally takes place April 18 outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington. The U.S. bishops' migration committee chair in a July 18 statement urged President Donald Trump to "ensure perma...

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For St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry, it's mission accomplished
Written by Administrator
The St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry is on its way back to Connecticut from a rural area of Tennessee today after a mission trip sponsored by Glenmary Home Missioners.

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Catholic cartoonist draws inspiration from fantasy classics, family life
Catholic cartoonist Ben Hatke sketches his character "Zita the Spacegirl" in a studio in his Front Royal, Va., home May 17. His graphic novel series features a character who was named in honor of St. ...

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Facebook restores Catholic pages after their apparent removal
WThis is the Facebook page of Relevant Radio. (CNS)ASHINGTON (CNS) -- Catholic Facebook pages whose sponsors reported had been suddenly removed late July 17 were restored just over 24 hours later.

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Health care prescription? Regroup, cooperate, Catholic health leaders say
Health care activists protest the Republican health care bill at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington July 17. The bill collapsed in the Senate later that day after two more GOP senators s...

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A Franciscan friar trades a field of dreams for an empire for the poor
Franciscan Father Flavian Mucci, far right, celebrates 50 years of arriving in El Salvador July 9 in Sonsonate, El Salvador. In his 50 years in the country, Boston native Father Mucci has built an emp...

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U.S. bishops call for permanent protection for young migrants
U.S. bishops call for permanent protection for young migrants
For St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry, it's mission accomplished
For St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry, it's mission accomplished
Catholic cartoonist draws inspiration from fantasy classics, family life
Catholic cartoonist draws inspiration from fantasy classics, family life
Facebook restores Catholic pages after their apparent removal
Facebook restores Catholic pages after their apparent removal
 Health care prescription? Regroup, cooperate, Catholic health leaders say
Health care prescription? Regroup, cooperate, Catholic health leaders say
A Franciscan friar trades a field of dreams for an empire for the poor
A Franciscan friar trades a field of dreams for an empire for the poor

Latest Commentary

  • July 11, 2017 M. Regina Cram

    Wakefulness

    I picked up my younger children after school, then proceeded to the middle school to retrieve my oldest. Together, we drove to a nondescript building in a neighboring town. Once inside, we were directed to a room where the din of voices overflowed into the…
  • When on vacation, don’t forget Mass

    Bill Dunn
    It’s now the summer vacation season, and one of the great things about being Catholic is…
  • The perils of parenting

    Joe Pisani
    A father and his young son got on the train headed for Manhattan, but all was not going…
  • A prayer for the impatient

    Anna Jones
    Though it’s been four summers since I left the school year rotation, every time the…
  • Practicing the Little Way

    Anna Jones
    “Miss no single opportunity of making some small sacrifice, here by a smiling look, there…

ARCHBISHOP

This year, 2017, marks the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima in Portugal. At the end...

LOCAL

The St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry is off for its annual mission trip, this time to the rural town of Rutledge,...

WORLD

CNS photo/Lawrence Looi, EPAWASHINGTON (CNS) -- The House Appropriations Committee voted July 13 in favor of an amendment to...

ARTS

Christian Borle in Roald Dahl's production of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, (Photo by Joan...

FROM OUR READERS

Students at St. Mary School in Waterbury show off projects they created for the school's STREAM Night on Feb.

YOUTH

Lauralton Hall’s engineering team “The Wright Sisters” has been chosen as the winner of the annual Sikorsky STEM competition.

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.
Email
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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