Thursday, April 25, 2013

Five Things To Remember On April 25

1. Bishop Richard J. Malone of the Diocese of Buffalo, thanks to the hard work of the people of Daybreak TV, has been doing a weekly series of video reflections on Youtube called "Consider This." He tackles issues including the recent Boston Marathon bombing and Texas explosion.

2. With one week left in April, it's worth reminding everyone that it is Child Abuse Awareness Month. The Catholic Church works year-round to implement procedures to protect children today and in the future. The USCCB has a series of resources available on the topic. 

3. Pope Francis continues to make great use of Twitter. Today, he said, "At this time of crisis it is important not to become closed in on oneself, but rather to be open and attentive towards others."

4.We are saying goodbye to a friend in the media this week. Cathy Grossman is taking a buyout from the USA Today. Cathy brought depth and dedication to her craft, Sister Mary Ann Walsh says.

5. God loves you.

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