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Archbishop Nelson Perez Presides Over Ordination

  From Archbishop Nelson Perez: On Saturday morning at the Cathedral Basilica of Sts. Peter & Paul I had the honor of ordaining 13 men to the Diaconate – nine men were ordained as Permanent Deacons and four men were ordained as Transitional Deacons for the Archdiocese of Phil
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Cardinal O’Hara H.S. Congratulates Alum Ordained as Deacon

Congratulations and God Bless Gerald J. Cassidy, Class of 1976, on his Diaconate Ordination taking place today at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul. 
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Update on fundraising by St. Hubert’s High School of Philadelphia

YES WE DID!!! Thanks everyone we had a record-breaking Day of Caring! Through your generosity we were passed our goal &added the $10,000 match gift from the Class of 1980! You can still make a donation online at huberts.org/apps/pages/ind or Venmo @StHubertHS #SisterhoodStrong 
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Bishop Bambera Offers Reflections on the Death of George Floyd, Friday June 5th

A lesson on walking together as brothers and sisters:   Reflections on the death of George Floyd June 5, 2020 In the immediate days following the brutal killing of George Floyd, the world reacted with horror to the images of his struggle to breathe and to hold on to life. Countless nu
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Bishop Persico of Erie on the Evil of Racism

Pentecost statement on racism from Bishop Lawrence Persico On this Pentecost Sunday, we pray that the Holy Spirit enlighten the hearts and minds of all people to see that racism in all forms is an evil. We should not be surprised by the riots that have taken place across the country,
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Statement of the Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great on the Death of George Floyd

Sr. Dorothy Ann Busowski, OSBM Provincial Superior The Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great express deep sorrow and regret at the needless death of George Floyd. This occasion demands prayer, reflection, and urgent attention to the present moment. In a spirit of mourning we add
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Bishop Schlert of Allentown Offers Guidance During Unrest

In his Homily on Pentecost, Bishop Alfred Schlert spoke of the fruits of the Holy Spirit and how they should guide us, and should guide our country, during these difficult times. Here are excerpts from that Homily: “If Jesus is the body of our Church, the Holy Spirit can be said to be
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