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Vatican II liturgical reform 'irreversible,' pope says

By Junno Arocho Esteves Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY — The Catholic Church must continue to work to understand the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council and why they were made, rather than rethinking them, Pope Francis sai More

Make Advent a game changer

Advent comes and goes nearly unnoticed. The only thing worth recognition between Halloween and Christmas is Thanksgiving, and even that has started to take a back seat as major stores start “de

Pope advocates family meal time

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A family that chooses to watch TV or play with their smartphones rather than talk at the dinner table is “hardly a family,” Pope Francis said. “When child

10 tips for parents

Archbishop J. Michael Miller of Vancouver offered these 10 tips for parents to pass on the faith: 1. Be present to children: A real presence, not a virtual one that involves checking up by phone or t

Guidance and inspiration for the faith journey

Book Review “On a Mission: Lessons from St. Francis de Sales,” by Patrick Madrid. Servant Books (http://catalog.franciscanmedia.org; 888-322-6657), 2013. 138 pages. $15.99. Do you know so

Are you prepared to defend the faith?

I’m a history buff. So when people speak of “defending the faith” my mind conjures up images from long ago: the medieval crusader with his sword drawn â ¦

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Keeping the faith despite difficulties

Ann Shoplik was frustrated.

She had just read another negative newspaper article, titled “Catholic Church in crisis: Series of scandals threatens credibility.” Shoplik decided to...

Program to feature legendary jazz artist

Renowned jazz instrumentalist and composer Mary Lou Williams will be the focus of a concert and panel discussion on “The Sacred Music of Mary Lou Williams” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec.

'Beautiful Boy' touts realistic storyline

NEW YORK — What "Beautiful Boy" (Amazon) captures best about the raw pain of drug dependency is the sheer randomness of it.

Addiction is not only not a moral failing, it happens in...

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Around The Diocese

Around the Diocese

POLISHFEST 2018

Polishfest 2018 will be Sunday, Nov. 11, noon-5 p.m. in the Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood. Festival is a...

Around the Diocese

PRAYER AND

VENERATION

St. Anthony Chapel in Pittsburgh’s Troy Hill neighborhood will have sung evening prayers before the Blessed Sacrament on Sunday, Nov. 4...

Around the Diocese

IMPLICIT BIAS

The Race and Reconciliation Dialogue Group of St. Paul Cathedral Parish will host a talk by Betty Pickett on “Implicit Bias: The Human Element in Hidden...

Around the Diocese

ETHNIC COOKING

Good Samaritan Parish in Ambridge will hold an ethnic cooking class Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 6:30 p.m. in parish’s Jericho Hall. Colcannon, a cabbage and...

Calendar

Calendar of Events

MONDAY, NOV. 26

Connect night, “Human Love in the Divine Plan,” 7 p.m., Holy Trinity School cafeteria, 5718 Stuebenville Pike, Robinson Township. Casual evening of...

Calendar of E ents

SATURDAY, NOV. 10

Craft and vendor spectacular, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Teresa of Avila Parish, 1000 Avila Court, Perrysville. Featuring more than 70 vendors. Admission is $2. Also,...

Calendar of Events

MONDAY, NOV. 5

Prayers for healing, for victims of abuse and their families, clergy and church, 7 p.m, Sisters of St. Joseph  chapel, 1020 State St., Baden. Refreshments...

Calendar of Events

SATURDAY, OCT. 27

75 percent closeout clearance rummage sale, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Aloysius Parish, 3610 Mount Troy Road, Reserve Township. Featuring 18 rooms and three...


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