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PCN Tour of Saint Mary’s Home of Erie

The Sisters of Saint Joseph have provided care to elderly people in need in the Erie region for more than 130 years. Learn about their history and take a tour of the modern long-term care facility at Saint Mary’s Home of Erie and state-of-the art Alzheimer’s nursing care at the Gallag
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St. Anthony School Educates Students with Disabilities in Pittsburgh

For over sixty years, St. Anthony School Programs‘ faith-based education has helped both Catholic and non-Catholic students with intellectual disabilities live their lives to the fullest academically, socially, vocationally and spiritually. St. Anthony School Programs, affiliate
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In Pennsylvania: Catholic Health Care Services

This month the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) will feature tours of several member facilities of the Pennsylvania Catholic Health Association (PCHA). Filmed on location, the tours highlight the Gospel mission of Catholic health care and showcase the good work being done for people i
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Care for God’s Creation

September 1 is the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation. Pope Francis urges us to see this as “a precious opportunity to renew our personal participation in this vocation as custodians of creation, raising to God our thanks for the marvelous works that He has entrusted t
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PA Budget Impasse Remains

The stalemate over Pennsylvania’s 2015-2016 spending plan remains after an attempt to release funding for a series of budget line items fell short of the necessary votes this week. The fiscal year ended on June 30, 2015. A budget was passed by the General Assembly, but vetoed entirely
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School Is In Session: Time to Fund Textbooks, Equipment & Services

As Catholic school students across the Commonwealth begin the new school year, instructors are feeling the pinch of the unresolved state budget debate. Nonpublic schools do not receive basic education tax dollars, but their students do benefit from line items that pay for textbooks, m
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Headed off to College? Don’t Leave Your Faith at Home.

New laptop or tablet? Check. Bedding and toiletries? Check. New clothes and shoes? Check. Your Catholic faith? … Thousands of families across the Commonwealth are packing up their college freshmen and taking them to school for the first time. Will these students continue to live out t
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