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Is the prison system aiming for punishment or correction?

By Father John Hynes The United States is home to almost one-quarter of the world’s prison population, yet less than 6 percent of the world’s...

Worship service focuses on role of parents in shaping lives

“Your Struggle Is Mine,” an ecumenical service of prayer for Christian Unity and Justice in Society, will take place Thursday, Jan. 18 at 7...

Hugs across borders: Solidarity thriving at 15

Dialog Editor Perspectives change, friendships are born in program that unites Guatemalans with Catholics in diocese For 15 years now, parishioners from the Diocese of Wilmington...

St. Catherine of Siena hosting prayer vigil for justice and nonviolence...

  On Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. there will be a prayer vigil for justice, nonviolence and dignity of every person at St. Catherine of...

Solidarity continuing its mission to the peripheries of the church

  Dialog Editor   During a short talk at a meeting of cardinals who were about to enter a conclave to elect a new pope, Cardinal Jorge...

Latest diocesan delegation travels to San Marcos on July 21

  Father John Hynes will lead the latest delegation from the Diocese of Wilmington to the Diocese of San Marcos, Guatemala, on July 21. He...

Immigrants in diocese improving lives of families at home in Guatemala

Dialog reporter   PRICES CORNER – More than 12 years in, the partnership between the dioceses of Wilmington and San Marcos, Guatemala, still produce dividends for...

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