Saint Francis Xavier

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First Thursday Plenary Indulgence for Lay Faithful for Year for Priests

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In response to questions about the Plenary Indulgence for
the Year for Priests, the decree says that, “all truly penitent
priests”–having confessed their sins and received Holy Communion–may
obtain a Plenary Indulgence each day by devoutly praying Lauds or Vespers
before the Blessed Sacrament, and by making themselves available “with a
ready and generous heart” for the Sacrament of Penance and the other

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Connecticut Bike Project

bicycle.jpgThe Connecticut Bike Project
is a program that collects and distributes donated bicycles in good working
condition to financially challenged children and adults who need them. Besides
offering them to children for recreation the aim of the endeavor is to provide
needed transportation to work and for running errands to the economically
disadvantaged; individuals with physical or mental disabilities that prevent
them from driving, ex-offenders re-entering

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Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman: 42nd anniv. of death

Francis J.Spellman.jpgThe Archdiocese of New York recalls the service of one of their prominent churchmen, Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman on the 42nd anniversary of falling asleep in the Lord.

O God, Who did raise Thy servant Francis Joseph Spellman, to the dignity of priest in the apostolic priesthood, grant, we beseech Thee, that he may be joined in the fellowship with Thine Apostles forevermore.
A sketch of his life:

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Blessed Mary Angela Astorch

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Vatican Council to Make Media Yellow Pages

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Pontifical Council for Social Communications
has opened a Web portal to collect
and provide information on Catholic media around the globe. The portal, www.intermirifica.net, was launched in
collaboration with the Latin American Episcopal Conference and SIGNIS, the
World Catholic Association for Communication. It is currently in Spanish, English and French; Portuguese is forthcoming.


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Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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