Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Five Things To Remember On May 20

1. Pope Francis stressed how important parents are in educating their children today, saying, "It's time for fathers and mothers to come out of their exile -- because they have exiled themselves from their children's education -- and to fully assume again their educational role," he said.

2. Two priests and three seminarians are on a 1,400-mile bike ride up the East Coast to raise awareness for vocations to the priesthood. Follow their journey at and on social media with #Biking4Vocations. It's a great story in this Year of Consecrated Life.

3. Check out this Catholic News Service about a community of U.S. monks celebrates its first year of operating America's first Trappist brewery.

4. In case you missed it, the USCCB recently named three people to the National Review Board that advises on child and youth protection. Donald Wheeler, a former federal investigator, D. Jean Ortega-Piron, an attorney and child welfare services expert, and attorney Howard Healy were appointed by USCCB President Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville.

5. God loves you.

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