Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Hispanic/Latino missionary disciples unite at Hartford archdiocesan encuentro
Written by Shelley Wolf
Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Peter A. Rosazza shares a laugh with Ana Landskron, a volunteer, during a workshop at the Hartford archdiocesan encuentro (encounter) on Sept. 16 at the Archdiocesan Center a...

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Pope says church was late fighting abuse, promises 'zero tolerance'
Pope Francis listens as Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston, president of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, speaks during an audience with commission members at the Vatican Sept....

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Bishop, Caritas staffer say situation in Mexico serious, much aid needed
CNS photo/Francisco Guasco, EPA The destroyed church of Santiago Apostol is seen Sept. 20 after an earthquake hit Atzala, Mexico. At least 11 people died in the church during a baptism at the time of ...

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Connecticut bishops issue statement of support for DACA
Written by Administrator
Immigration activists and those enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, take part in a rally Sept. 12 in Washington. (CNS photo)In response to pending elimination of t...

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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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Hispanic/Latino missionary disciples unite at Hartford archdiocesan encuentro
Hispanic/Latino missionary disciples unite at Hartford archdiocesan encuentro
Pope says church was late fighting abuse, promises 'zero tolerance'
Pope says church was late fighting abuse, promises 'zero tolerance'
Bishop, Caritas staffer say situation in Mexico serious, much aid needed
Bishop, Caritas staffer say situation in Mexico serious, much aid needed
Connecticut bishops issue statement of support for DACA
Connecticut bishops issue statement of support for DACA
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

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    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.…
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