The Year of Evangelization is a multi-faceted effort to reach out to
our lost brothers and sisters in Christ to welcome them back to the
Catholic Church, strengthen the faithful and share with others the
teachings of the Catholic Faith.
Greg Kandra is a deacon serving the Diocese of
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responds to falsehoods portrayed in the novel and movie “The Da Vinci Code”.
By Archbishop George H. Niederauer, D.D., Ph.D
“A lie is half way round the world while the truth is still putting its boots on.” Mark Twain
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the spirituality of the saints, we seek to proclaim Christ in the power of
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for a Confirmation retreat this video gives six reasons for being
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Marriage (actual and spiritual), and 6) Communion of Saints.
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