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Bishop Gruss: ‘As Christians, love must animate our response to the needs of vulnerable children’
Calling for the compassionate treatment of young children who have migrated to the United States from Central America and Mexico, and most recently Afghanistan, Bishop Robert Gruss is encouraging people of faith and good will to put aside political differences and focus on the needs of the children.
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Jason Rasmussen, long time parishioner of Holy Spirit Parish in Shields, named information technology manager for the Diocese of Saginaw
On Sept. 13, the Diocese of Saginaw welcomed Jason Rasmussen as its Information Technology (IT) Manager.
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New Battle on Taxpayer Funding of Abortion
Email Congress - Efforts to save the Hyde Amendment are continuing, but now there's ANOTHER, huge battle shaping up over taxpayer funding of abortion.
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Deb Popielarz named Vicariate Liaison and Coordinator of Lay Ecclesial Ministry
The hope of the re-envisioning process is to position the diocesan offices to better support the people and parishes across our 11 counties.
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USCCB Launches Initiative Inspired by Fratelli Tutti to Counter Polarization and Division
The USCCB has launched a new initiative aimed at addressing polarization in society. Based on Pope Francis’ call in his encyclical, Fratelli Tutti for “a better kind of politics, one truly at the service of the common good”.
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