Friday, May 1, 2015

Five Things To Remember On May 1.

1. In the wake of the Nepal Earthquake, USCCB President Archbishop Kurtz has called for a second collection to support the relief efforts of Catholic Relief Services as they respond to the immediate emergency needs such as water, food, shelter, and medical care. We keep the people of #Nepal and all who are providing support in our prayers.

2. Today is International Labor Day. We are praying today to follow St. Joseph's humble example.

3. May is the month of Mary and the USCCB will be giving away rosaries blessed by Pope Francis. Enter May 4-10.

4. Father John Crossin, executive director of the USCCB's Eccumenical Affairs Office, reflects on on the relevance of the Second Vatican Council's decree on non-Christian religions, Nostra Aetate and an upcoming conference at The Catholic University of America.

5. God loves you.

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