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Mass draws students from near and far
Mass draws students from near and far Courier photo by Mike Crupi
February 5, 2016

With school and charter buses lined up all around Sacred Heart Cathedral, it was obvious that something special was taking place on the morning of Feb. 3.

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Students celebrate Catholic education
Students celebrate Catholic education
February 1, 2016

Catholic-school students around the Diocese of Rochester are celebrating Catholic education during a special week dedicated to Catholic schools.

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More than 1,000 missionaries of mercy will serve during jubilee
More than 1,000 missionaries of mercy will serve during jubilee
January 29, 2016

More than 1,000 "missionaries of mercy" from all over the world will receive a special mandate from Pope Francis to preach and teach about God's mercy, said Archbishop Rino Fisichella.

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Prayers, care for sick are common ground for believers, pope says
Prayers, care for sick are common ground for believers, pope says
January 28, 2016

Praying for a loved one's health and healing, tenderly caring for them and asking very human questions about why people suffer are experiences Christians, Muslims and Jews all share, Pope Francis said

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Pope tells Iran's president he has 'high hopes' for peace
Pope tells Iran's president he has 'high hopes' for peace
January 26, 2016

Meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Vatican, Pope Francis told him he had high hopes for peace.

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March for Life marks 43rd anniversary of Roe decision legalizing abortion
March for Life marks 43rd anniversary of Roe decision legalizing abortion
January 22, 2016

Catholic admonitions about inclusion mixed with strong political language before the March of Life got underway Jan. 22 in Washington.

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Blizzard won't stop march, but safety concerns cancel some trips to D.C.
Blizzard won't stop march, but safety concerns cancel some trips to D.C.
January 22, 2016

Sometimes being pro-life means making difficult decisions.

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Foot-washing ritual not limited to men, Vatican says in new decree
Foot-washing ritual not limited to men, Vatican says in new decree
January 21, 2016
Following a request by Pope Francis, the Vatican issued a decree specifying that the Holy Thursday foot-washing ritual can include "all members of the people of God," including women -- a practice already observed by the pope and many priests around the world.
 
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Tier groups shake off cancellations, stage local Marches for Life
Tier groups shake off cancellations, stage local Marches for Life
February 1, 2016

Inclement weather kept numerous Southern Tier folks from attending the Jan. 22 March for Life in Washington, D.C., as planned.

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Bishop's visit highlights anniversary Mass
Bishop's visit highlights anniversary Mass
November 2, 2015

Not one, but three parish anniversaries were noted in a single Mass on Oct. 11 -- with a very special guest leading the proceedings.

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Protesters at New York gas storage plant arrested while reading encyclical
Protesters at New York gas storage plant arrested while reading encyclical
September 30, 2015
Accompanied by oversized replica of Pope Francis' encyclical "Laudato Si'," former Catholic seminarian Paul Flansburg took his 
place on the line with 18 others in a human blockade.
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Tier ministers are on the move
July 20, 2015

With a new diocesan year having arrived June 30, several ministerial changes have taken place involving people with ties to the Southern Tier.

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Mass draws students from near and far
Mass draws students from near and far
February 5, 2016

With school and charter buses lined up all around Sacred Heart Cathedral, it was obvious that something special was taking place on the morning of Feb. 3.

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Principals lead in many ways
Principals lead in many ways
February 1, 2016

Catholic-school principals are a unique breed: They're called upon to not only be administrators, but spiritual leaders as well.

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Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
January 4, 2016

From visits with the homebound to gifts of toys, food and clothing for people in need, Southern Tier parishes were in full swing with outreach efforts during the Christmas season.

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Program helps runaway youths
Program helps runaway youths
November 30, 2015

Being a teenager "is hard in general," observed Hannah Pastrick: "Your body is changing, you're trying to find your place. It might be just one bad day at home that sets a kid off."

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Deacon information sessions are scheduled
February 1, 2016

Information sessions about formation for the diocesan permanent diaconate are coming up at three Southern Tier locations.

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Agency presents honors
February 1, 2016

Catholic Charities of Chemung/Schuyler honored several community members during its annual meeting Dec. 9.

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Women's group donates $750 to kitchen
December 30, 2015

Chemung County Ladies of Charity recently made a $750 donation to Elmira Community Kitchen -- one of several social-ministry initiatives conducted by the Catholic women's group during its 75th-anniversary year of 2015.

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Openings available on March for Life buses
November 30, 2015

Participants are encouraged to join March for Life bus contingents scheduled to depart from Horseheads and Ithaca.

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Ladies of Charity help community
Ladies of Charity help community
December 15, 2015

The Chemung County Ladies of Charity recently made a $750 donation to the Elmira Community Kitchen.

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Knights donate coats for kids
Knights donate coats for kids
October 29, 2015

Members of Knights of Columbus Council 229 in Elmira pose at St. Mary's of the Lake in Watkins Glen after two new members received their 1st Degree and became members of the St. Mary's of the Lake Council.

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Notre Dame raises more than $6,000 for mission trip
Notre Dame raises more than $6,000 for mission trip
April 16, 2015

In an effort to raise money for the school’s first ever mission trip to Puerto Rico, Notre Dame's Team Puerto Rico hosted an International Dinner recently.

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Students step back in time
Students step back in time
March 10, 2015

Holy Family fourth-graders have traditionally taken a one day field trip to Corning’s Browntown School, where they dress and study in the style of their great, great grandparents.

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Parish kicks off jubilee year
Parish kicks off jubilee year
October 5, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano's voice rang out through the chilly morning air on Sept. 13 as he stood in front of St. Mary of the Lake Church and blessed the large cross that had been erected over the entranceway just days earlier.

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Former school finds new life
Former school finds new life
March 6, 2015

A project will convert the former St. Francis de Sales School in Geneva into 16 apartments for senior citizens.

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Walkers show support for life
August 5, 2014

Thirty people bearing brightly colored balloons and handmade signs took to the streets of downtown Geneva July 12 to show their support for life.

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Geneva native ordained a priest
Geneva native ordained a priest
May 28, 2014

Geneva native Father Mario Aquinas Calabrese and six other Dominican priests were ordained May 23 at St. Dominic Church in Washington, D.C.

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Deacon raises funds for teen's surgery
Deacon raises funds for teen's surgery
February 1, 2016

It's an unlikely friendship, but it's one that was meant to be.

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Parish offers course on finances
Parish offers course on finances
February 1, 2016

The words "financial" and "peace" are not often found next to each other, noted Mark Cazer, a member of St. Peter Parish in Shortsville, Phelps and Clifton Springs.

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Program seeks to strengthen families
November 30, 2015

Families are at the heart of a program Catholic Charities of Wayne County recently created and soon will launch with the help of a $1.66 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

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Coalition counts homeless
Coalition counts homeless
November 30, 2015

More than two dozen people combed through wooded areas around Canandaigua, Geneva, Victor and Farmington in the early morning hours of Oct. 2. 

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Victor preschool to hold open house
January 28, 2016

St. Patrick's Preschool will hold its open house Feb. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the preschool wing of St. Patrick Church's parish hall, located at 115 Maple Ave. in Victor.

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Penn Yan alumni form new group
January 28, 2016

Alumni of St. Michael School in Penn Yan are invited to join an alumni group that recently formed.

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School offers breakfast with Santa
November 30, 2015

St. Mary School in Canandaigua's Parent Teacher Organization will hold a Breakfast with Santa from 9 to 11 a.m. Dec. 5 in the gymnasium of the school, located at 16 E. Gibson St.

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Agency receives grant for new family program
November 2, 2015

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester recently received $1.66 million in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Healthy Marriage and Education Grant Program.

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St. Mary School holds successful can drive
St. Mary School holds successful can drive
November 25, 2015

Students at St. Mary’s School in Canandaigua recently hosted a non-perishable food drive to benefit St. Vincent de Paul Society.

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Walk for Life benefits Pregnancy Care Center of the Finger Lakes
Walk for Life benefits Pregnancy Care Center of the Finger Lakes
June 4, 2015
Penn Yan students have a blast during Catholic Schools Week
Penn Yan students have a blast during Catholic Schools Week
February 4, 2015

St. Michael School in Penn Yan had a festive Catholic Schools Week.

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St. Michael School holds spring concert
St. Michael School holds spring concert
June 16, 2014
Tier ministers are on the move
July 20, 2015

With a new diocesan year having arrived June 30, several ministerial changes have taken place involving people with ties to the Southern Tier.

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Abbey church reopens after renovations
Abbey church reopens after renovations
March 25, 2015

The church at the Abbey of the Genesee reopened March 25 after being closed for 10 months for extensive renovations.

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New look will await abbey visitors
New look will await abbey visitors
September 9, 2014

The Abbey of the Genesee, best known for the Monks' Bread produced there, is undergoing the largest renovation in its 63-year history.

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Changes take hold in Southern Tier
July 2, 2014
Principals lead in many ways
Principals lead in many ways
February 1, 2016

Catholic-school principals are a unique breed: They're called upon to not only be administrators, but spiritual leaders as well.

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Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
January 4, 2016

From visits with the homebound to gifts of toys, food and clothing for people in need, Southern Tier parishes were in full swing with outreach efforts during the Christmas season.  

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Comfort-care facilities seek volunteers
Comfort-care facilities seek volunteers
November 30, 2015

Not everyone might warm up to the prospect of volunteering at a home for the terminally ill.

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Sister Dietz takes new position, leaves cluster
Sister Dietz takes new position, leaves cluster
August 17, 2015

She has spent the past several years guiding parish communities. Now Sister Karen Dietz, SSJ, is applying her leadership skills toward a religious community -- her own.

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Rosary rally will be Oct. 10 in Honeoye Falls
September 1, 2015
Livingston Catholic Charities asks for school items
August 6, 2015
Spelling bee set for May 28 in Geneseo
April 21, 2015

The sixth-annual Livingston County Spelling Bee, a benefit for Catholic Charities of Livingston County, will take place Thursday, May 28, at Geneseo High School

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Eat for Heat fundraiser provides crucial funding
April 10, 2015
St. Agnes 9/11 remembrance ceremony
St. Agnes 9/11 remembrance ceremony
September 18, 2015

St. Agnes School held a 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony Sept. 11, 2015 in the Avon Circle Park.

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St. Agnes students show off penmanship
St. Agnes students show off penmanship
January 21, 2015

St. Agnes School, in Avon, Livingston County, participated in the 2015 Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest.

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St. Agnes students connect with kids in Kenya
St. Agnes students connect with kids in Kenya
January 29, 2013

First-grade technology students at St. Agnes School, Avon, have been corresponding in a variety of ways with students from the Kibera neighborhood, a slum section of Nairobi, Kenya. 

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Father Hayes given CCLC award
Father Hayes given CCLC award
November 15, 2011

Father John H. Hayes was presented with Catholic Charities of Livingston County’s 2011 Father William Trott Award at the agency's 16th-anniversary dinner on Sept. 27 at the Genesee River Restaurant & Reception Center, Mount Morris.

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St. Pius prepares to rebuild
St. Pius prepares to rebuild
February 1, 2016

Rebuilding a church requires thinking from the inside out.

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Former church can be used for nonworship purposes
January 22, 2016

A recent decree from Bishop Salvatore R. Matano makes an Irondequoit church building available for certain uses other than worship.

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St. Stanislaus marks 125 years
St. Stanislaus marks 125 years
November 30, 2015

Being a part of St. Stanislaus Kostka Church brings fulfillment to Marta Wyrozebski and her family.

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Former rectory to serve as temporary homeless shelter
Former rectory to serve as temporary homeless shelter
November 20, 2015

A homeless advocacy group and St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish announced plans for a temporary homeless shelter during a press conference Nov. 19.

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Catholic-Jewish relations discussed
Catholic-Jewish relations discussed
February 1, 2016

Behold How Good It Is. That sentence is the title of a book released last fall by local Catholic and scholar Dr. Joseph Kelly, but it also captures the essence of a presentation Kelly and Larry Fine, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, recently made on Catholic-Jewish relations in the Greater Rochester area. 

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Novena leads up to Guadalupe feast
Novena leads up to Guadalupe feast
January 25, 2016

Migrant workers from Mexico gather annually in each other's homes in the Brockport area to continue a tradition from their homeland of praying a novena leading up to the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

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Woodshop helps students, community
Woodshop helps students, community
January 4, 2016

Woodshop of St. Michael marked some major milestones in 2015, including a new name and incorporation as a nonprofit organization.

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New principal focused on student success
New principal focused on student success
November 30, 2015

Last summer Hugh Hogle IV received three job offers -- one from a public school in Buffalo, one from a charter school in Syracuse and one from St. Joseph School in Penfield, which was looking for a new principal. 

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New book offers guide to annulment process
January 28, 2016

Father Kevin McKenna, rector of Rochester's Sacred Heart Cathedral, has released a guide about the Catholic Church's annulment process.

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CFC head honored
January 28, 2016

Catholic Family Center's president and chief executive officer was named Executive of the Year.

 
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Multimedia Advent calendar offered
November 30, 2015

Remember the anticipation of opening Advent calendar windows to reveal a daily sweet or trinket?

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Bishop to speak at Magnificat breakfast
November 30, 2015

Magnificat Rochester, a Catholic women's group, invites all women -- as well as men -- to a special breakfast gathering on Saturday, Dec 12.

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Knights sponsor free throw competition
Knights sponsor free throw competition
January 22, 2016

Students of all ages participated in a free throw shooting competition sponsored by Knights of Columbus Council Jan. 15 at St. Joseph School in Penfield.

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Sharing family and faith at St. Joseph School
Sharing family and faith at St. Joseph School
October 29, 2015

Hundreds of grandparents visited their grandchildren Oct. 8 at St. Joseph School in Penfield.

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School marks fire safety week
School marks fire safety week
October 29, 2015

Students at St. Joseph School in Penfield kicked off Fire Prevention Week with a visit from Penfield Fire Department personnel on Oct. 7.

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Bishop celebrates candidacy for local seminarian
Bishop celebrates candidacy for local seminarian
October 29, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano celebrated candidacy for diocesan seminarian Anthony Amato, as well as a seminarian from Dallas, Oct. 21.

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Clustered churches to become single parish
November 2, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano has called for the clustered parishes of St. Francis Solanus, Interlaken; Holy Cross, Ovid; and St. James the Apostle, Trumansburg, to merge into a single parish by June 2016.

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Three parishes form new cluster
Three parishes form new cluster
October 5, 2015

Three Catholic communities along a 15-mile stretch of Route 96 are becoming more united.

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Auburn church battles city
Auburn church battles city
April 10, 2015

If a church collects a registration fee for a nonreligious day camp held on church property, does that constitute a commercial use of the property?

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Auburn parish to host Matthew Kelly's talk
May 12, 2014

Well-known Catholic speaker and New York Times best-selling author Matthew Kelly will be in Auburn May 31 to present his "Living Every Day With Passion and Purpose" retreat.

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New principal starts at Auburn school
New principal starts at Auburn school
February 1, 2016

As a former athletic director, Michael Carney knows well the importance of teamwork, and he brings that perspective to his new role as principal at St. Joseph School in Auburn.

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Rosary Society marks 150 years
Rosary Society marks 150 years
January 4, 2016

In Geneva there is a group of Catholic women that has been meeting faithfully for more than 150 years. The women in this group pray the rosary together before each meeting, clean the sanctuaries and altar linens of Geneva's Catholic churches, and are active in parish activities and charitable work.

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Local parishes go green
Local parishes go green
November 30, 2015

Last spring Pope Francis released his much-anticipated encyclical on the environment, titled Laudato Si': On Care For Our Common Home. 

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Mass honors first responders
Mass honors first responders
November 2, 2015

Police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians swarmed into St. Mary Church in Waterloo on Sept. 27, yet there was no urgency in their gait as they walked in, and not a single siren could be heard.

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Auburn teens to sell Christmas trees
November 30, 2015

Teens from Sacred Heart, St. Ann and St. Mary parishes in Auburn are selling Christmas trees to raise money for their youth group.

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Annual 'Flavors' event to benefit Auburn school
October 1, 2015

Auburn's St. Joseph School will hold its annual Flavors of the Finger Lakes fundraiser Oct. 17 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Falcons Lanes, located at 75 Pulaski St. in Auburn.

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Knights buy ultrasound for Geneva center
September 30, 2015

Geneva's Care Net Pregnancy Care Center of the Finger Lakes now has a new ultrasound machine, thanks to a yea-long fundraising effort spearheaded by Knights of Columbus Council 222 of St. Francis and St. Clare Parish in Waterloo and Seneca Falls.

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Italian organization to honor Bishop Matano
August 27, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano will be the honoree at the Cultural Italian American Organization's upcoming recognition dinner.

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Community makes Healing Field possible
Community makes Healing Field possible
May 27, 2015

These ladies and many more from the school and surrounding community helped assemble the flags on Sunday May 17th for use in the Healing Field - Field of Hopes and Dreams.

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Auburn students help retire flags
Auburn students help retire flags
December 1, 2014

Members of Boy Scout Troop 58 and students from St. Joseph School in Auburn worked together during a Nov. 14 flag retirement ceremony at the Fleming Fire House in Fleming, Cayuga County.

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Auburn school blankets the community
Auburn school blankets the community
November 6, 2014

First- and sixth-graders at St. Joseph School in Auburn teamed up to lead the school in a blanket drive.

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Students present Beauty and the Beast
Students present Beauty and the Beast
May 30, 2014

Students at St. Joseph's School in Auburn will present Disney's Beauty and the Beast June 2-3 at Cayuga Community College's Bisgrove Theater.

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Dansville church celebrates 100 years
Dansville church celebrates 100 years
August 24, 2015

"You know, you have a very beautiful church," Bishop Salvatore R. Matano told the congregation that packed the pews of St. Mary Church.

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Hornell hospital, UR Medicine to explore affiliation
June 17, 2015

Officials at Hornell's St. James Mercy Hospital announced June 10 that they plan to seek a formal affiliation with UR (University of Rochester) Medicine.

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Tier folks travel far to provide aid
Tier folks travel far to provide aid
August 5, 2014

Seeing was believing for Deacon David LaFortune when he journeyed to Jamaica May 19-23.

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Many mission efforts to note
August 5, 2014

Numerous Southern Tier folks have traveled to faraway places in efforts to assist the underprivileged.

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Mass draws students from near and far
February 5, 2016

With school and charter buses lined up all around Sacred Heart Cathedral, it was obvious that something special was taking place on the morning of Feb. 3.

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Principals lead in many ways
Principals lead in many ways
February 1, 2016
Hornell chapel offers special connection with Christ
Hornell chapel offers special connection with Christ
January 25, 2016

Over the past 15 years, Isabel Nobilski has maintained a weekly one-hour ritual at a time most of us are asleep -- from 2 to 3 a.m. each Tuesday. Also since 2001, Donna Kull has been equally dedicated to her Sunday slot of 7 to 8 a.m.

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Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
January 4, 2016

From visits with the homebound to gifts of toys, food and clothing for people in need, Southern Tier parishes were in full swing with outreach efforts during the Christmas season.

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Foster care program seeks respite homes
January 25, 2016

Kinship Family and Youth Therapeutic Foster Care program, an initiative of Catholic Charities of Steuben, is seeking community members to provide respite homes for children in foster care.

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Deacon information sessions are scheduled
January 25, 2016

Information sessions about formation for the diocesan permanent diaconate are coming up at three Southern Tier locations.

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Kinship ministry notes 20 years in Steuben
November 2, 2015

Kinship Community Residence, a ministry that operates in conjunction with Catholic Charities of Steuben, recently celebrated 20 years of service by dedicating its Rumsey Street home in Bath to Joseph Weider, a founder and longtime executive director of Kinship Family and Youth Services Inc.

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Turning Point launches drive in Steuben
August 11, 2015

Turning Point, a ministry of Catholic Charities of Steuben, is currently collecting supplies for its annual back-to-school drive.

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Youths spruce up St. Mary's Cemetery
Youths spruce up St. Mary's Cemetery
November 5, 2015

On Saturday, October 31, middle and high school students from All Saints Parish (Lansing, Tompkins County) spent their morning at Saint Mary's Cemetery.

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All Saints Academy honors congressman
All Saints Academy honors congressman
June 26, 2012

U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, left, and his wife Jean Reed were honored during the All Saints Academy eighth grade graduation on June 20.

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St. Joseph Church celebrates 140 years
September 14, 2011

On Sunday, Aug. 28, Bishop Matthew H. Clark celebrated a special Mass marking the 140th anniversary of St. Joseph Church in Campbell.

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Hornell school remembers fallen student
June 2, 2011

On June 3, 1956, David Gozelski, a third-grade student at St. Ann School in Hornell, drowned tragically. His family has remembered him in prayer all these 55 years -- and David's memory was honored in a special way earlier in 2011.

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Tier groups shake off cancellations, stage local Marches for Life
Tier groups shake off cancellations, stage local Marches for Life
February 1, 2016

Inclement weather kept numerous Southern Tier folks from attending the Jan. 22 March for Life in Washington, D.C., as planned.

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Clustered churches to become single parish
November 2, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano has called for the clustered parishes of St. Francis Solanus, Interlaken; Holy Cross, Ovid; and St. James the Apostle, Trumansburg, to merge into a single parish by June 2016.

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Three parishes form new cluster
Three parishes form new cluster
October 5, 2015

Three Catholic communities along a 15-mile stretch of Route 96 are becoming more united.

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Tier ministers are on the move
July 20, 2015

With a new diocesan year having arrived June 30, several ministerial changes have taken place involving people with ties to the Southern Tier.

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Principals lead in many ways
Principals lead in many ways
February 1, 2016

Catholic-school principals are a unique breed: They're called upon to not only be administrators, but spiritual leaders as well. Read More

Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
Christmas outreach flourishes in Tier
January 4, 2016
Knights' good works spread across Tier
Knights' good works spread across Tier
November 30, 2015

The latest Knights of Columbus council to surface in the Southern Tier is thriving, and there may soon be an additional council on the scene as well.

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Papal Mass provides special memories
Papal Mass provides special memories
October 5, 2015

Following a curve ball at the beginning of its trip, a large contingent from the Southern Tier experienced the equivalent of a home run by attending the closing Mass of Pope Francis' five-day stay in the United States.

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Deacon information sessions are scheduled
January 25, 2016

Information sessions about formation for the diocesan permanent diaconate are coming up at three Southern Tier locations.

 

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Openings available on March for Life buses
November 30, 2015

Participants are encouraged to join March for Life bus contingents scheduled to depart from Horseheads and Ithaca.

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Concert in Ithaca set for Nov. 1
October 23, 2015

St. Catherine of Siena Parish in Ithaca is holding a special choral and piano concert Sunday, Nov. 1, to dedicate the parish's new Steinway grand piano.

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TCRM begins sign-ups for holiday food and gifts
October 1, 2015

Tioga County Rural Ministry has begun accepting sign-ups for holiday food baskets and gifts.

 
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Ithaca area man met the pope long before he was the pope
Ithaca area man met the pope long before he was the pope
August 5, 2015

Frank Payton, an Ithaca resident, had the opportunity to meet Pope Francis in Buenos Aires in the late 1990s.

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Fidelis Care helps distribute school supplies
Fidelis Care helps distribute school supplies
August 28, 2013
Living its mission to help those in need, Fidelis Care, the New York State Catholic Health Plan, recently partnered with Walmart and radio station Z95.5 for the annual “Build Your Backpack” giveaway.
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Colleen Craig honored at St. Margaret Mary
Colleen Craig honored at St. Margaret Mary
March 1, 2012