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Knights of Columbus give thanks to priests who answered call: Bob...

This year the Diocese of Wilmington marks 150 years since its founding. All over the diocese, the Knights of Columbus honor and thank our...

‘Story of a Soul’ is blueprint to St. Therese’s ‘Little Way’:...

Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan of the Diocese of Camden, N.J., delivered the homily at the annual Red Mass sponsored by the St. Thomas More...

Maryland Catholic Conference candidate survey questions, 2018 general election

Every election year, the Maryland Catholic Conference surveys the state’s candidates for U.S. Congress and the Maryland General Assembly on their positions regarding issues...

St. Francis Healthcare aligns with new regional health system — Trinity...

Trinity Health, which operates 93 hospitals in 22 states, announced today the formation of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic, a new regional health system combining three...

‘Catholic Forum’ radio program moved to 6:06 a.m. Sunday time slot...

“Catholic Forum,” the radio program produced by the Diocese of Wilmington, now airs at 6:06 a.m. each Sunday on WDEL. It was moved from...

Earliest followers of Christ rejected all violence and bloodshed: Anthony Magliano

By ANTHONY MAGLIANO “But to you who hear I say, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you,...

Book celebrating history of Catholic Diocese of Wilmington on sale now

BY CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF WILMINGTON Two history books, “Rejoicing in the Lord,” and “Family of Faith” have been published to help commemorate the 150th anniversary...

Silence can help in a modern world that is all about...

By BRETT ROBINSON It has been said that St. John Paul II was our first "media" pope. His international visits attracted scores of media attention....

Family is at the heart of where church rehab is to...

By JOHN GARVEY Next month, Pope Francis will host a synod of bishops on the theme of "Young people, faith and vocational discernment." This may seem...

Viewpoint: Extraordinary women ready to give their best

As we endure these difficult days in the life of our Church, I’ve been thinking about the potential for committed Catholic women to bind...

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