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Support the Cathedral of St. Peter on Aug. 18-19

Dear Friends in Christ: It is my sincere hope that you have been able to join in some of the celebrations that have been taking...

Bishop Malooly issues statement on the assault on Rev. William Graney.

August 1, 2018 --- (Wilmington, Delaware) --- The Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, has issued the following...

Support the Diocesan Priests’ Retirement collection

  Dear Friends in Christ, While a diocesan priest is in parish ministry, his salary and expenses are paid by the parish. When he retires, the...

Bishop to new deacons: ‘I thank you for your ‘Yes’

  The following is the text of Bishop Malooly’s homily at the Aug. 19 Ordination Mass of eight new permanent deacons for the Diocese of...

Bishop to new deacons: ‘I thank you for your ‘Yes’

  Eight permanent deacons to serve in parishes   The following is the text of Bishop Malooly’s homily at the Aug. 19 Ordination Mass of eight new...

From the Bishop: Racism is a sin that defiles the image...

  A Statement by Bishop Malooly   I stand with many U.S. bishops in condemning the evils of racism, white supremacy and neo-Nazism that were evident during two...

Support the collection for the Cathedral of St. Peter Aug. 19...

August 2017   Dear Friends in Christ:   As we, the Catholics of Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore, prepare to celebrate our 150th       anniversary beginning on March 3,...

‘Be Jesus for others’: Bishop Malooly's homily at the ordination of...

The following is excerpted from the text of Bishop Malooly’s homily during the Ordination Mass of Father Jasper, May 20, at the Cathedral of...

From the Bishop: Please help support our retired priests May 21-22

  May 12, 2017 Dear Friends in Christ,   Currently about 30 percent of our diocesan priests are retired with many more either approaching retirement age, or working...

Bishop Malooly’s 2016 Christmas Message

    For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have...

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