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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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Bishop Malooly names three priests to diocesan posts

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Bishop Malooly has announced the appointments of three priests to diocesan offices this week.

Oblate Father Mark S. Mealey, who has ministered in the Diocese of Arlington, Va., for 25 years, is appointed Judicial Vicar for the Diocese of Wilmington Tribunal. Read more »

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Tribunal helps divorced Catholics reconcile with the church

September 17th, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized Tags: , ,

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Diocesan judicial vicar is happy about the pope’s revisions to the annulment process

 

The annulment process in the Diocese of Wilmington has taken on average a year or longer to complete in cases that aren’t complicated, according to Msgr. George J. Brubaker, judicial vicar for the diocesan Tribunal.

However, Pope Francis announced Sept. 8 revisions of canon law on annulments to simplify and quicken the judicial procedures, so couples aren’t oppressed by the “prolonged process.”

The pope’s document, “Mitis Iudex Dominus Iesus” (“The Lord Jesus, the Gentle Judge”), is “revolutionary,” Msgr. Brubaker said. Read more »

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