Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Five Things To Remember On April 16

1. Francesco Cesareo, Ph.D., is is in his first year as Chairman of the National Review Board, a lay body that collaborates with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to prevent sexual abuse of minors by persons in the service of the Church. He explores some of the myths and truths surrounding abuse in the Church today.

2. Helen Osman, the secretary for communications at the USCCB, explains how Pope Francis is changing the way the church transmits its message.

3. During this Holy Week, you may have questions about the Paschal tridduum. We have 18 answers and questions about this time in the faith.

4. The  Pope will distribute pocket-sized Gospels in a Roman prison today.

5. God loves you.

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