Bishop Farrell On Priesthood Sunday

Dallas, TX (DFW Catholic) - From Bishop Farrell’s Blog: As priests we have the privilege of sharing the defining moments of life with you. Your parish priest or bishop is there to welcome you into the Body of Christ at Baptism, to introduce you to Jesus in the Eucharist at First Communion, to...

BENEDICT XVI INAUGURATES THE NEW “DOMUS AUSTRALIA”

VATICAN CITY,  (MetroCatholic) - Yesterday afternoon the Pope travelled across Rome to inaugurate the “Domus Australia”, a welcome centre for Australian pilgrims in the city. In his remarks he recalled the warm welcome he had received when he visited Australia for World Youth Day in...

POPE: BISHOPS MUST SET AN EXAMPLE THROUGH SANCTITY OF LIFE

VATICAN CITY,  (MetroCatholic) - Today in Castelgandolfo the Holy Father received a group of newly consecrated bishops who are currently participating in a meeting organised by the Congregation for Bishops. For the last ten years the congregation has been inviting new bishops to make a pilgrimage to...

A record number of new seminarians

(Bishop Farrell’s Blog) - It is great to have some good news to report these days and a record number of 19 new seminarians is certainly good news. Not only is the number of new seminarians up from the 11 we had last year, but it is also a record year for the diocese. Fifteen of the men come...

POPE BENEDICT XVI’S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR AUGUST

VATICAN CITY, (VIS) - Pope Benedict’s general prayer intention for August is: “That World Youth Day in Madrid may encourage young people throughout the world to have their lives rooted and built up in Christ”. His mission intention is: “That Western Christians may be open to...

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