Daily Archives: April 2, 2009

Deacons take ministry to the streets

Deacons in the Los Angeles Archdiocese are not just quietly doing parish work but getting involved in outreach ministry, according to this recent story in The Tidings, archdiocesan newspaper of Los Angeles. Deacon Peter Wilson, who runs the Deacon Mission … Continue reading

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Four years ago today, world lost remarkable pope

Four years ago today, Pope John Paul II died after a long struggle. It was agonizing to watch the once-vibrant, globetrotting pope from Poland succumb to the ravages of Parkinson’s and related ailments. His death was a moving moment for … Continue reading

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Travel assignments and technological difficulties

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — I flew to the Dominican Republic Wednesday to follow Food for the Poor and the inauguration of the philanthropic group’s 20-pond tilapia farm in Puerto Plato. After checking into our hotel, we were whisked off … Continue reading

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Taking a look at photos from the past

I came across these photos from the past on the Web site of the Florida Catholic, which has editions in the Archdiocese of Miami and the dioceses of  Orlando, Palm Beach, Pensacola-Tallahassee, St. Petersburg and Venice. Check it out. It’s … Continue reading

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