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Apostolate to the Fourth World
Apostolate to the Fourth World
January 30, 2017

When the U.S. Catholic bishops do their laudable work in looking out for the needs and rights of migrants and refugees, they are looking out for a large and vulnerable share of their flock.

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Retirement: An invitation for something more
Retirement: An invitation for something more
January 30, 2017

Hello. I feel like I should reintroduce myself to you as I have just finished my five-year term of service at Catholic Relief Services and now write to you in my status as "me" and not president and CEO, or dean, or professor or whatever titles I have held since starting my professional career in 1979.

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Gospel notes faith is key
January 27, 2017

The gospel read on Christ the King Sunday (20 November) was the well-known account of the "good thief" from St. Luke. 

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New homes for artifacts?
January 27, 2017

On a recent walk in Pittsford I was deeply dismayed to see at the curb several crucifixes and a large Infant of Prague statue.

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Likes teen's logo design
January 27, 2017

I am impressed by Becky Miller’s logo design in the December 2016 issue of Catholic Courier.

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Youths excel with encouragement, prayer, example
Youths excel with encouragement, prayer, example
January 25, 2017
ISIS' iconoclasm a sin against faith
ISIS' iconoclasm a sin against faith
January 5, 2017

We Roman Catholics are accustomed to thinking that the early church moved its headquarters from Jerusalem to Rome like a frog hopping from one lily pad to another. In fact, it moved on the ground, along the trade routes.

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Visit schools to gauge faith
January 4, 2017

The Diocese’s Department of Catholic Schools and its 19 Catholic schools recently were recommended for accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools.

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