Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Five Things To Rememeber On March 4

1. In a letter to every member of Congress, two bishops said, “The moral measure of the federal budget is not which party wins or which powerful interests prevail, but rather how those who are jobless, hungry, homeless, or poor are treated. Their voices are too often missing in these debates, but they have the most compelling moral claim on our consciences and our common resources.”

2. Pope Francis said today that seeing the elderly as a burden is a sin.

3. In case you missed it yesterday, San Francisco Auxiliary Bishop Robert McElroy was named Bishop of San Diego. Watch his press conference from yesterday.

4. Opportunities for education for girls in Northern Pakistan are limited. Catholic Relief Services is helping these young girls to learn.  The CRS Collection is March 14-15.

5. God loves you.

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