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Let the little Children Come to me
Bishop Robert J. Cunningham

“Faith grows when it is lived as an experience of love received and when it is communicated as an experience of grace and joy. It makes us fruitful, because it expands our hearts in hope and enables us to bear life-giving witness: indeed, it opens the hearts and minds of those who listen to respond to the Lord’s invitation to adhere to his word and become his disciple” (Benedict XVI, Porta Fidei, 7).

As we approach the closing days of Summer and gear up for the Fall, take a moment to revisit Bishop Cunningham's Pastoral letter in which he asks each and every one of us to be a part of evangelization.  He reminds us that our Catholic faith is one that is truly a gift and a treasure to be shared.  Join us and become active in the diocese as we know, live and share our faith. 

To read the full pastoral letter, click here.


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St. Monica

The circumstances of St. Monica’s life could have made her a nagging wife, a bitter daughter-in-law and a despairing parent, yet she did not give way to any of these temptations. Although she was a Christian, her parents gave her in marriage to a pagan, Patricius, who lived in her hometown ...

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