Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Five Things To Remember On Sept. 18

1. During a Mass for Consolation and Healing in Washington a day after the Navy Yard shooting, Cardinal Donald Wuerl said, "Somehow we need, once again, in our country, in our land, in our nation, to foster that healing that comes only when we recognize there is a right and a wrong, that we are not free to kill."

2. Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Robert H. Brom, 75, from the pastoral governance of the Diocese of San Diego, and named Co-Adjutor Bishop Cirilo B. Flores, 65, to assume pastoral governance of the diocese.

3. The USCCB is leading the effort to raise awareness for conscience rights in the workplace. For Catholics who participate in vital services for the poor and sick, but don't want to violate tenets of their faith in order to do their job.

4. Have you visited It's a great resource and digital safety guide for families as they work with their children online.

5. God loves you.

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