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Through thick and thin: Pope urges youths to read the Bible
December 3, 2015

Pope Francis said his Bible is old, beat up and worth more to him than anything money can buy.

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Recognizing for December
November 30, 2015
30,000 American Catholics expected to attend World Youth Day in Poland
November 18, 2015

The American contingent to World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, in July is expected to top 30,000 pilgrims.

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Cardinal: Catholic identity is caring witness, not defensive ideology
Cardinal: Catholic identity is caring witness, not defensive ideology
November 13, 2015

Strong Catholic identity for Catholic schools and educational institutes depends on fostering proactive, creative and charitable witnesses of God's love and Gospel values, not defending abstract ideologies, said the head of the Congregation for Catholic Education.

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Young women invited to attend leadership forum in June
November 12, 2015

Some 300 young women interested in using their talents to serve the Catholic Church and the world will be part of a weeklong conference in June sponsored by the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious. 

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World Youth Day host city attractive destination for travelers, pilgrims
World Youth Day host city attractive destination for travelers, pilgrims
November 11, 2015

Guide Ewa Basiura grasped a heavy iron cuff chained to the side of St. Mary's Basilica. 

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Diocesan youth prepare for trip to National Catholic Youth Conference
Diocesan youth prepare for trip to National Catholic Youth Conference
November 4, 2015

Seventeen-year-old Sara Lozy-Lester is counting down the days until she boards a bus and ventures on an eight-hour trip to Indianapolis. She is one of more than 500 high-school students from the Diocese of Rochester who will be attending the National Catholic Youth Conference in that city Nov. 19-21.

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Recognizing for November
November 2, 2015
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