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Former Padua teacher Sister Georgellen Brilmyer dies at 95

ASTON, Pa. – Sister Georgellen Brilmyer, who taught for 15 years at Padua Academy in Wilmington, died March 20 in Assisi House. She was...

Welcome catechumenates: Your church is both human and divine

By ELISE ITALIANO URENECK "Should I stay or should I go?" It’s a question that has been on many Catholics’ minds in the wake of...

Maryland state government prepared to make physician-assisted suicide legal

By Maryland Catholic Conference Catholics in Maryland need to sound the alarm, alerting all who care about the preservation of life to step up and...

Religious, elected leaders pray for New Zealand victims, including family of...

Elected officials and religious leaders joined together in a local mosque to offer prayers for victims of last week’s shooting spree and mass murders...

New Zealand Catholic bishops share message of peace after deadly terror...

AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- New Zealand's Catholic bishops have expressed horror and distress at a terrorist attack in two mosques in Christchurch that saw...

Bounty of the faithful comes at perfect time in Lenten season:...

It has been a hard winter in my part of the Midwest. Frigid temperatures, higher than normal snowfall, blustery Plains winds. One Saturday, a blizzard...

Salesianum School keeps spring musical season alive with ‘The Who’s Tommy’

Salesianum School hits the stage for the second straight weekend with the musical "The Who's Tommy." The school continued a lineup of spring season musicals...

‘Unplanned’ movie with local actress Maura Corsini has March 28 premiere...

On Thursday, March 28, the St. Thomas the Apostle Columbiettes and the Knights of Columbus Council #12374 are hosting a red carpet premiere of...

Our Lenten Journey, March 7, 2019

Our Lenten Journey, March 7, 2019 Quotes of the Day: “All life has inestimable value even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the...

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