Bishop of Port-Louis is worried about the consequences for local fishing villages who depend on the dying sea life in the island’s coral reefs.
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They are active parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Cody, Wyoming, and Jaime is a member of the parish's Knights of Columbus council
Catholic schools convey the message of the importance of service to their students.
At the two Catholic universities in the Diocese of Erie, the academic year also begins with prayer.
It was an historic week for United Clergy of Erie as the group’s focus on racism took center stage in three arenas: politics, prayer and service.
Washek described the challenge of meeting the faith formation needs of parishes in the diocese as they plan to resume programming in the fall.
Statutes for the council, approved by the pope in 2015, say the body will have 15 members: eight cardinals or bishops and seven laypeople, each serving a five-year term.
It marks the 255th anniversary of the arrival of French-Canadian immigrants, "who brought the Catholic faith to Acadiana after enduring great trials and suffering."
The Most Rev. Lawrence T. Persico, bishop of Erie, invites all clergy, women religious and lay Catholics to attend, particularly those who live in the region.
It would be ideal if the U.S. and Japan could truly reconcile with each other and work together for the abolition of nuclear weapons," Archbishop Takami said.
On the morning of August 5, in the year 358 A.D., the Esquiline Hill was covered with snow.
The Catholic foundation has announced the recipients of its Spring Faith Formation and Education Grants.
As the nation continues to grapple with the issue of racism, an acclaimed liturgical artist and retreat leader is using his gifts to foster healing and justice.
Jim Gallagher, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Erie, has a unique perspective on Catholic education.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted humanity's vulnerability and interdependence, as well as serious social and economic inequalities, the Pontifical Academy for Life said in a new document.
Sample made a plea for citizens to leave violence behind and return to a campaign for racial justice on July 24.
The shoes they collected represented those who would otherwise have been walking in protest and will be given to those in need, used in other events or recycled.
At least three parishes are finding ways to modify their summer celebrations safely amidst the pandemic.
Bishop Persico said it was a profound experience to listen to the encounters with racism shared by some of the African American clergy at the meeting, which was held at St. Mark Catholic Center.
"The world must invest in peace, solidarity and justice. Otherwise, the world's problems will continue."
His small step of faith helped put food in the hands of hundreds of needy individuals and families.
The vegetable gardens across from the center and on the corner of 19th and Myrtle not only add beauty but provide a valuable service to the community in and beyond Little Italy.
Along with Father Mike Polinek, director of Vocations the Diocese of Erie, and a team of adults living out their own vocations, Zaczyk is hosting the Samuel Group, a discernment opportunity for young adults ages 20 to 30
The Benedictine Sisters of Erie, announce the election of Sister Stephanie Schmidt as their 22nd prioress on July 12, 2020.
“How will we grow spiritually without experiencing the most important religious rite of our faith tradition?”
Natural Family Planning Awareness Week is July 19 – 26.
"The loans we applied for enabled our essential ministries to continue to function in a time of national emergency."
PARIS— President Emmanuel Macron of France has announced that the Notre Dame Cathedral spire will be rebuilt as a replica of the one destroyed in the fire at the cathedral last year.