The September 2015 archive of Daily News

Register today for the Diocesan Assembly!

Posted by Kyle Eller

Register by Sept. 28 to guarantee food and materials and save $10! (People may still register after Sept. 28 — a limited amount of extra food and materials will be available.) Register here. ​

Pope Francis has arrived!

Posted by Kyle Eller

If you’re a Catholic in the Diocese of Duluth looking to follow along with Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, here are some resources you will want to see. The USCCB page set up for the visit. Some live streaming options from Catholic News Service. The Eternal Word ... Read More »

See the moving video from Saturday

Posted by Kyle Eller

Shortly before Mass at the 125th anniversary celebration, a short video about the diocese was debuted at the DECC. Now it's available online for all to see and share.

You can watch it here!

Eucharistic Procession overwhelms

Posted by Kyle Eller

Saturday’s Eucharistic Procession and Mass in honor of the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Diocese of Duluth leaves one at a loss for words. From 11 a.m., when buses and shuttles of people, young and old and of every vocation, started arriving at the Cathedral of Our ... Read More »

Social media efforts for the Eucharistic Procession

Posted by Kyle Eller

As we approach Saturday’s historic Eucharistic Procession honoring the 125th anniversary of the Diocese of Duluth, there’s a 21st century piece of the puzzle you should know: the social media hashtag for the event, ‪#‎duluthcatholic125‬.

As you’re processing, if you see something beautiful or edifying or interesting, snap a ... Read More »

Here’s detailed information about the 125th diocesan anniversary Eucharistic Procession Sept. 12

Posted by Kyle Eller

The Northern Cross The Eucharistic Procession honoring the 125th anniversary of the Diocese of Duluth is nearly upon us. It is Sept. 12. Following are the main details you need to know. Route The route begins at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary (2830 E. Fourth St.) ... Read More »

Bishop Sirba: Recent, upcoming events show the Eucharist is ‘source and summit of our faith’

Posted by Kyle Eller

The Eucharist is the foretaste of the wedding feast of the Lamb in the heavenly Jerusalem (1 Corinthians 11:20; Revelation 19:9). The sacrament is called by a number of names to express different aspects of this inestimable gift. It is called “the Eucharist,” because it is an action of ... Read More »

Labor Day Statement 2015 from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

Posted by Kyle Eller

  Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski of Miami,of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, citing Pope Francis, wrote in this year’s Labor Day statement that the issue of a living wage is directly connected to issues of family that are getting so much ... Read More »

Media coverage of pope's gesture on confession causing confusion

Posted by Kyle Eller

Yesterday, Pope Francis announced that during the Year of Mercy, which runs from Dec. 8, 2015 to Nov. 20, 2016, he is granting all priests “the discretion to absolve of the sin of abortion those who have procured it and who, with contrite heart, seek forgiveness for it.” You ... Read More »

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