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Sesquicentennial Pilgrimage April 16-26, 2018

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Diocesan pilgrims will stop at Annecy, Rome, Assisi

 

Frankly speaking, the Diocese of Wilmington’s 150th Anniversary Pilgrimage to Annecy and Rome next spring will be all about Francis. Four leaders of the church named Francis, that is, will highlight the journey — Bishop W. Francis Malooly of Wilmington, Pope Francis, St. Francis de Sales and St. Francis of Assisi.

Bishop Malooly will lead the diocesan pilgrimage from April 16-26 next year starting in Annecy, France, where Francis de Sales, the patron saint of the diocese, ministered. Read more »

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Thirty-three priests celebrate jubilees

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Thirty-three diocesan and religious-order priests are celebrating significant milestones of their ordinations this year.

(Information about six additional Oblate jubilarians previously appeared in the May 15, 2015 issue of The Dialog.)

 

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Maryland bishops decry increased restrictions on religious liberty

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Maryland’s bishops are sounding an alarm against growing restrictions in religious liberty on federal, state and local levels.

In a statement released Nov. 9 called “The Most Sacred of All Property: Religious Liberty and the People of Maryland,” the bishops state that religious liberty, “a right rooted in our human dignity and protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, is being silently and subtly eroded.” In recent years, “there has been a subtle promotion of the idea that religious liberty should be restricted to Sunday morning worship.”

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