Thursday, November 20, 2014

Five Things To Remember On Nov. 20

1. Two U.S. bishops applauded a proposal by the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission that would help provide sustainable broadband capacity to Catholic schools. In a November 18 letter, Archbishop George J. Lucas of Omaha and Bishop John C. Wester of Salt Lake City expressed their appreciation and support for the proposal of FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to permanently increase the funding level of the E-Rate program. The proposal is subject to a vote of the full Commission, December 11.

2. Pope Francis says Christian unity remains important for Catholics.

3. Earlier this week, Pope Francis confirmed he was coming to the U.S. next year and Philadelphia is thinking big.

4. Catholic News Service's new book “Pope Francis: A Guide to God’s Time,” explains the church’s liturgical year using the pope’s homilies.

5. God loves you.

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