Millions of immigrants could benefit from new policies
November 21, 2014

President Barack Obama's announcement of new procedures to allow some immigrants to stay in the country garnered applause in a room full who epitomize the problems his plan is meant to address.

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Pope confirms U.S. visit
November 17, 2014

Pope Francis said he would attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia in September 2015, making it the first confirmed stop on what is expected to be a more extensive papal visit to North America.

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Woodshop a second home for teens
November 12, 2014

For students at St. Michael's Woodshop, the after-school ministry is about forming much more than their woodworking skills.

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Latin Mass community to move locations
November 10, 2014

The Latin Mass community will move to St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Irondequoit from its current home Sunday afternoons at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Rochester.

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Gratitude inspired veteran's vocation
November 3, 2014

As a veteran of World War II, Deacon Joseph Mack knows the horror of war, but he also knows God is present even in war's worst moments.

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Wins, eligibility issues mark sectionals
November 3, 2014

Several Catholic high schools in the diocese have advanced far into post-season playoffs, while two teams also made headlines when their seasons were ended by player eligibility situations.

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PTSD affects soldiers, many others
November 3, 2014

From coming dangerously close to combat in Iraq to hearing stories of wartime trauma from many fellow soldiers, Father Patrick Van Durme has extensive experience with the horror of war.

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Red Mass inspires legal professionals
October 27, 2014

At the Red Mass held for legal professionals, Bishop Salvatore R. Matano told those working in the profession that their decisions should be guided by faith.

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