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Make this a Holy Week to Remember

Posted on April 09, 2020 in: News, Lent

Make this a Holy Week to Remember
"While it is true that we are not physically present to one another it is also true that we are not apart. For the church through God‘s grace and power will accomplish among us what God has always done – He remains with us. The moment we face is no greater than God‘s grace....

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Bishop Cote Shares a Timely Palm Sunday Homily
This morning, April 5th, the Most Reverend Michael R. Cote celebrated Palm Sunday Mass at the Cathedral of Saint Patrick. He could be heard on radio station WICH 1310 AM and viewed via live stream on the diocesan website-NorwichDiocese.org.   In case you weren't one...

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Stations of the Cross from the Cathedral of Saint Patrick
The Stations of the Cross began as the practice of pious pilgrims to Jerusalem who would retrace the final journey of Jesus Christ to Calvary. Later, for the many who wanted to pass along the same route, but could not make the trip to Jerusalem, a practice developed that eventually took the for...

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Holy Week Masses from the Cathedral of St. Patrick
Holy Week Masses from the Cathedral of Saint Patrick The Cathedral will be CLOSED to the public during these liturgical celebrations. Masses will be livestreamed on the Diocesan Website - NorwichDiocese.org/Masses.Sunday Masses can also be heard on radio station WICH 1310 AM   Palm S...

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Norwich, Catholic
Lenten Video and Reflection- Week 6
Here is a Video and a Reflection to help you on your journey this Lent. For more video's reflections, and resources visit NorwichDiocese.org/Lent Lenten Reflection: Week Six “Own It: Almsgiving” Alms (/ɑːmz/,) or almsgiving involves giving to others as ...

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The Cross is Our Hope: Pope Francis Gives Urbi et Orbi Blessing During Coronavirus
By Hannah Brockhaus Vatican City (CNA) - On Friday, before an empty and rain-covered St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis held Eucharistic adoration and gave an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi blessing, praying for the world during the coronavirus pandemic which has killed more than 25,000 people. ...

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Catholic, Pope, Francis
Online Resources Abound for the Faithful
FCC News Desk The new restrictions on public gathering and the enforcement of social distancing rules have affected us all, but online tools are freely availalbe to help Catholics remain connected to their faith in myriad different ways.   The Diocese of Norwich and its Office of Commu...

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Norwich, Mass, Catholic
Live Stream of Urbi et Orbi Blessing from St. Peter Square 1 pm Friday
All the faithful are invited to join Pope Francis on Friday, March 27 for a special Urbi et Orbi blessing. The prayer and blessing will be broadcast by Vatican News at 6pm Rome time, 1pm EDT, 12pm CDT, 11am MDT, and 10am PDT. The Holy Father will grant to all who participate in the livestream a Plen...

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Miraculous Crucifix Moved to St. Peter’s Square for Pope Francis' ‘Urbi et Orbi’ Blessing 
Vatican City, Mar 25, 2020 / 03:10 pm (CNA) - The miraculous crucifix at which Pope Francis prayed Sunday for an end to the coronavirus has been taken down from its altar and transported to St. Peter's Square, so it can be present on Friday during the pontiff's benediction "Urbi et...

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Lenten Video and Reflection- Week 5
Here is a Video and a Reflection to help you on your journey this Lent. For more video's reflections, and resources visit NorwichDiocese.org/Lent Lenten Reflection: Week Five “Own It: Prayer” Prayer is having a conversation with God, as well as develop...

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