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    • December 12
      Environmentally friendly Christmas
      Peter Dunbeck, chairman of the Worcester Diocese’s Environmental Stewardship Ministry, suggests that our way of Christmas gift-giving can serve the precepts of “Laudato Si’,” protecting the environment while taking care of those we love, and better providing for the needy.
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    • December 12
      Parishes consecrate themselves to Mary
      “Mary is on the move,” says Kimberly Harmon. “Mary wants to be so close” to her children, “especially during this trying time in our Church. Mary’s giving us so much hope.”
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    • December 7
      Priest, two deacons to be ordained
      Men from three different countries are scheduled to be ordained at a special Mass at 10 a.m. Dec. 15 at Cathedral of St. Paul. Deacon Juan-Sebastian Sanchez Guzman, from Colombia, is to be ordained a priest. Vijaya Sagar Gundiga, expected to be the first person from India to be ordained for the Worcester Diocese, is becoming a transitional deacon, preparing for priesthood. Also to become a transitional deacon is Thiago Moises Da Silva, the second Brazilian to be ordained for the Diocese of Worcester.
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    • December 7
      Committed to protection of children and young people
      Given the continuing questions about sexual abuse of minors by members of the Church and issues which arose before and during the November meeting in Baltimore of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, we sat down with Bishop Robert J. McManus, Bishop of Worcester, to ask what is happening in the Diocese of Worcester. (CLICK HEADLINE) Conversation with Bishop McManus on this topic is the Featured Program above
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