Monday, June 8, 2015

Five Things To Remember On June 8

1. Catholics are called to uphold the dignity of all people, including migrants, the poor, victims of trafficking and people with illnesses and disabilities, says the theme for Catechetical Sunday 2015, “Safeguarding the Dignity of Every Human Person.”

2. Pope Francis was self-depreciating today, telling young people he's ancient and from the Stone Age. Still, he had some advice for them, saying if, "you live glued to the computer and become a slave to the computer, you lose your freedom. And if you look for obscene programs on the computer, you lose your dignity."

3. Starting Wednesday, the USCCB General Assembly proceedings in St. Louis will be live streamed at News updates, addresses and other materials will be posted on this page. For those wishing to follow the proceedings on social media, updates from the meeting will be live tweeted at with the hashtag #USCCB15. Updates will also appear at
Get to know the General Assembly Agenda before Wednesday.

4. Watch this introduction to, and learn how our faith inspires us to respond as disciples in the world today. 

5. God loves you.

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