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What do two Catholic men who believe in God and love the Church sound like when they have a conversation? Listen to ‘"A New York Catholic Conversation" to hear for yourself. For several years every Thursday morning, Frank Alagia and Deacon John Catalano would have breakfast after the 7am Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and they would talk about things they cared about; the daily Gospel message, the Sacraments, Holy Days, forgiveness, and any number of topics of interest to Catholic people. ...
 
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"MY KIDS DON'T GO TO MASS." Sound familiar? Many parents of adult children who were baptized but do not practice their faith, are living with this reality now, and it’s not a new problem. But there are positive steps we can take to deal with this, and good reason not to lose hope. Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com…
 
Fr. M.S. Selvaraj is from the Diocese of Kumbakonam, India and is participating in this year’s Mission Cooperative Appeal. This Diocese, started in 1899 in the state of Tamil Nadu, India has 94 parishes and 610 missions, served by 224 diocesan and 79 religious priests, 620 nuns, 12 trained catechists and 330 untrained lay catechists and two social …
 
ST. PADRE PIO. Padre Pio’s life was full of sacrifice, sufferings, and acts of renunciation. And still today, for millions of Catholics around the world, he is a powerful living presence, offering a wellspring of benefits for our spiritual and temporal needs. St. Padre Pio, pray for us! Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com…
 
To learn more about the Witness to Love program that Deacon Dave talked about you can visit their website here: https://witnesstolove.org/ Learn more about our Civil Marriage Welcome Event in October here: https://www.stpatrickcatholicparish.org/events/civilunion-welcomeeventBy St. Patrick Catholic Parish
 
WHO CAN RECEIVE? Baptized Catholics who have fasted for one hour, and who are in the state of grace, can receive. But beyond the stated requirements, we as one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church must recapture and re-establish the deeper meaning of the "Worthy Reception of Holy Communion." Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com…
 
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