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Bishop's Column: A Christian is a Missionary of Hope
November 2020 Four County Catholic  A Christian is a Missionary of Hope   My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, As we approach this Thanksgiving, we find ourselves challenged on many fronts.  Political and social unrest is in our streets and in the media. We are hind...

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A Prayer of Thanksgiving

Posted on November 19, 2020 in: Reflections

A Prayer of Thanksgiving
A Prayer of Thanksgiving   Lord God, on this day of Thanksgiving, we ask your blessings on our family, our friends, our home, our health and on the food we are about to eat. We thank you for this time together and the many gifts that you have given us. Help us to remember in this time o...

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Norwich, Catholic
Gratitude - Hope and Faith Video Series Week 32
The Office of Faith Events weekly video series "Hope and Faith" features videos focused on Hope and Faith during the pandemic.  Week 32 This week on the Hope and Faith Series, Marianne Nicholas from the Office of Faith Events, speaks about the virtue of Gratitude. ...

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A Veterans Day Prayer

Posted on November 05, 2020 in: News, Reflections

A Veterans Day Prayer
A prayer for all of our veterans who have served our country.

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Hope and Faith Series - Saint Jude
The Office of Faith Events weekly video series "Hope and Faith" features videos focused on Hope and Faith during the pandemic.  Week 30 This week on the Hope and Faith Series, Andrea Hoisl- Director of the Office of Faith Events, speaks on the life of St. Jude. ...

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USCCB Offers Election Novena to Help Voters
Bearing in mind our nation’s challenges and the need for wise, moral, civic leadership, the USCCB is offering an electronic Election Novena to help Catholics form their consciences as they prepare for the upcoming election. For nine consecutive days, Monday, October 26 through Tue...

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Hope and Faith Series - Speaking of Saints
The Office of Faith Events weekly video series "Hope and Faith" features videos focused on Hope and Faith during the pandemic.  Week 29 This week on the Hope and Faith Series, Mary-Jo McLaughlin speaks about Blessed Luigi and Maria Beltrame Quattrocchi as a model of sacram...

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Marriage, Saints
“Respect Life Month” 2020 and the 25th Anniversary of The Gospel of Life
One year ago, even before the unthinkable effects of the pandemic and the social unrest and division that we are now witnessing, a piece in the New York Times stated: “The world we live in now is one in which no place is safe, no lives really matter, when it comes to violence” (9/2/19). ...

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Norwich, Connecticut, Catholic
Virtual Forum Explores 'Life in the Thought of Pope Francis'
FCC News Desk -- An appreciation of the dignity and worth of all human beings was at the heart of a special online forum held Sunday, Oct. 4. "Life in the Thought of Pope Francis" was hosted from the Diocese of Norwich by Father Robert Washabaugh, who invited three national...

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Bishop's Column: Following in His Footsteps
October 2020 Four County Catholic Following in His Footsteps   My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, The devastating fires that have been raging in Oregon, California, and Washington and the storms that are impacting the Gulf coast states and the Atlantic shoreline, have taken...

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