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Good music for any Catholic church

As a musician preparing to enter the Order of Preachers, a wise old priest encouraged me, saying that he thought preaching and music were...

Cathedral of St. Peter anniversary Mass celebrated by Bishop Malooly —...

Bishop Malooly celebrated Mass on Sept. 16 at Cathedral of St. Peter. It was the date nearest the anniversary of the dedication and first...

New Orleans ‘Hope Monstrance’ to visit U.S. communities hit by disasters

NEW ORLEANS  -- When the levees broke in 2005 and Lakeview became Lake Pontchartrain, Katrina launched its mad-scientist experiment. What would three weeks of brackish...

Cardinal Joseph L. Bernardin’s consistent ethic of life

I once heard someone argue that Jesus' family from Nazareth must have been prosperous and wealthy. The argument ran like this: "The Gospel tells us...

Bishop Malooly to award Medal of Merit to 93 on Sept....

Ninety-three people will be awarded the diocesan Medal of Merit at a ceremony on Sept. 23 at St. Joseph Parish in Middletown at 3...

Bishop Malooly: Make investment in future, support ‘Share in the Spirit’

Dear Friends, For nearly 190 years, Catholic schools in our area have been forming and educating students in the Catholic tradition, teaching them to honor...

UPDATE: ‘Peace in the Park’ in Salisbury canceled due to weather

UPDATE: With rain in the forecast and Hurricane Florence expected to the south, planners of the Peace in the Park observance at Salisbury City...

Holy Rosary to host multi-faith service to mark 9/11 anniversary

CLAYMONT - Holy Rosary Parish will host its annual multifaith service to mark the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on...

Don’t let Mollie Tibbetts murder stain an entire ethnicity: Effie Caldarola

Can you take any more bad news about the Catholic Church right now? I didn't think so. The Pennsylvania grand jury report on clergy sexual...

Little Sisters of the Poor ask: Are you ready to give...

By Sister Constance Veit, LSP As we endure these difficult days in the life of our Church, I’ve been thinking about the potential for committed...

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