Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Five Things To Remember On April 9

1. Members of the U.S. bishops’ Administrative Committee ratified a recommendation to evenly distribute the proceeds of the special collection for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan between humanitarian relief and long-term church reconstruction and program needs.

2. Pope Francis says "There are no two people like you."

3. Catholic News Service reports: "Pope Francis said the assassination of 'my confrere,' a 75-year-old Dutch Jesuit in Syria, 'filled me with deep sadness and made me think again of all the people who suffer and are dying in that martyred country.'"

4. Today, there will be a Twitter Q&A and the topic is the bipartisan and bicameral “Do Not Track Kids Act” with Senator Markey & Congressman Barton. Their handles are @MarkeyMemo @RepJoeBarton. Join the chat at 2 PM EDT. Use the hashtag ‪#‎AskKidsPriv‬. For more information, visit:

5. God loves you.

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