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Pence addresses religious freedom at National Catholic Prayer Breakfast
Pence addresses religious freedom at National Catholic Prayer Breakfast CNS photo by Bob Roller
June 6, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence and other speakers addressed securing religious liberty and protecting the sanctity of human life both in the United States and worldwide, particularly in the Middle East, at the 13th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington June 6.

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English archbishop offers prayers for victims of London attack
English archbishop offers prayers for victims of London attack
June 6, 2017
Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark, the archdiocese that covers London south of the River Thames, where a terrorist attack June 3 claimed 7 lives and injured 48 people, offered prayers for the victims and survivors.
 
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Young people asked to weigh in on issues of faith
June 5, 2017

Young diocesan Catholics are being asked to complete an online questionnaire about issues facing young people and their faith.

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U.S. Catholics join pope in praying for victims of London attacks
U.S. Catholics join pope in praying for victims of London attacks
June 5, 2017

U.S. Catholics joined Pope Francis and the rest of the world in expressing sorrow for those killed and severely injured in the latest terrorist attacks in London the night of June 3.

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Bishop makes appointments
June 5, 2017

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano has announced the following pastoral appointments, which become effective June 27, 2017, unless otherwise noted.

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Pope sends second, personal note of condolence to Ukrainians
June 5, 2017

 Saying he was moved by reports of tens of thousands of people gathering for a funeral procession for Ukrainian Cardinal Lubomyr Husar, who died May 31, Pope Francis sent a second message of condolence to the cardinal's successor.

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