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  • Parishes building, renovating with funds from Sustaining Hope for the Future campaign

    It sounds like a Christmas list — a new rectory for St. John the Apostle Parish in Milford, a renovated parish hall for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Bear, an air conditioning system for St. Bernadette in Harrington.

    However, those renovation and building projects and others in process throughout the diocese are being delivered without Santa’s help.

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  • A statement from Bishop Malooly concerning executive orders on immigration

    February 3, 2017

    My Dear Friends,

    In December, I had the pleasure of celebrating the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe at Holy Angels Church in Newark and St. Paul’s Church in Wilmington — two of our larger Hispanic Catholic communities. During my time with them, I expressed my solidarity with them and the local, regional, and national Hispanic population, and with all immigrants and refugees.

    I join with my brother Bishops and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to stand up for the rights and dignity of all people, especially those who are persecuted, vulnerable, and looking for a better life and home for themselves and their families.

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