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Vocation discernment advice from our sister diocese of Arlington Virginia.
Diocese of Arlington - Office of Vocations Newsletter Archive - Be Not Afraid
Diocese of Arlington - Office of Vocations Newsletter Archive - Be Not Afraid
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Perhaps the possibility of being a religious brother or sister or a priest has crossed your mind, but fear pushes the idea away:
May 27, 2015 7:08pm
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“Never be afraid of loving the Blessed Virgin too much. You can never love her more than Jesus did.” --Saint Maximilian Kolbe
Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 3: Why We Love Mary - The Coming Home Network
Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 3: Why We Love Mary - The Coming Home Network
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by Cynthia Trainque “Mary, Mary, quite contrary” is what some could call the one who is so misunderstood in her various titles: Mother of God; the Immaculate Conception, Mary Ever-Virgin and others. Far from worshipping Mary the Church highly venerates Mary as the fairest among creatures. Let’s unp…
May 26, 2015 1:37pm
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Hey Folks.... The Catholic faith is beautiful! Here is a list of reasons why we are so very blessed to be part of the God's Family - the Church.
Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 1: The Role of the Bishop in the Church -...
Eight Things To Love About the Catholic Church Part 1: The Role of the Bishop in the Church -...
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by Cynthia Trainque For the past 38 years—since I received the Sacrament of Confirmation (or there abouts)—I am the only one in my family of origin who is still Roman Catholic. My parents ditched the faith in favor of the local Assembly of God where they have worshipped and held membership for umpte…
May 25, 2015 1:03pm
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May 23, 2015 6:58pm
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May 23, 2015 2:59am
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Seminarians Brian Crenwelge and Cody Ford will be ordained transitional deacons by Most Rev. Michael J. Bransfield, bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Wheeling, W.Va., at 11 a.m. June 6. Crenwelge, 25, is enrolled at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Md., where he will be entering fourth theology. He is a native of Falling Waters, W.Va., and his home parish is St. Leo’s in Inwood, W.Va. He is a graduate of Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio, where he received bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and theology. He is currently working on a master’s of divinity and a master’s in sacred Scripture. Ford, 32, is enrolled at Theological College, the National Seminary of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where he will be entering fourth theology. He hails from Putnam County, W.Va., and his home parish is St. Joseph’s in Huntington. Ford became Catholic via RCIA at Blessed Sacrament Parish in South Charleston, W.Va., in 1999-2000. Ford is a graduate of West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.Va., where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2005 and a master’s in public administration in 2012. He began philosophy studies at Wheeling Jesuit University and finished them at St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pa.
May 21, 2015 7:37pm
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