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June 24th On the Nativity of St John the Baptist Consider first, how just it is, that we should show particular honour and veneration to this saint, of whom our Saviour tells us, St. Matt. xi 18, ‘That there hath not risen among them that are born of women, a greater than John the Baptist. He
Bishop Paprocki: Regarding Communion debate “There should be no unity with iniquity” – Catholic World Report
In a statement published on June 23, 2021, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois lambasted recent media coverage of the USCCB vote to draft a document on the Eucharist. Among the errors pointed out in the statement were claims by several media outlets that the “Vatican had warned the Catholic Bishops
Priest Ordained in Spanish Diocese After Almost 11 Years Without Vocations| National Catholic Register
On June 20, Bishop César Franco of the Diocese of Segovia, Spain, ordained Álvaro Marín Molinera to the priesthood – almost 11 years after the last priest was ordained for the small diocese. Family, friends and a broad representation of the priests and deacons of the province also attended the ordination ceremony in the cathedral.
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