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Bishop Malooly is asking Catholics in the Diocese of Wilmington to join in the second annual Fortnight for Freedom, the U.S. bishops’ two-week program to raise awareness of the challenges to religious liberty in the country and around the world.
In a letter to parishioners this week, Bishop Malooly cited “a disturbing pattern of First Amendment violations” in the United States. (See letter below.)
Working for the church has helped Shana Maguire find her faith and her “family” — hundreds of sisters and daughters at Padua Academy. “Padua has become my community, my home, and my family; my mentors, colleagues, and students continue to shape who I am,” she said.
Lois Nowell put her newly gained faith into action when she began working for the diocese in 1988, first with the Catholic Youth Organization office and since 1999 at St. Margaret of Scotland Church in Glasgow. The flexibility of her work allowed Nowell to keep up with her four sons’ sports schedules, a trend that continues with her nine grandchildren. “Sports is our thing; it’s in the family,” she said..
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