Cuomo pushes for education tax credits
May 18, 2015

New York state's Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo introduced the Parental Choice in Education Act at a May 12 rally on Long Island.

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Couples celebrate many years of marriage
May 18, 2015

The warm sunshine shone through the stained-glass windows of Sacred Heart Cathedral May 17, just like it did the day of Angela Lauria’s fall wedding.

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Cemetery plans new uses for renovated gatehouses
May 14, 2015

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano will rededicate the restored gatehouses at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery during a ceremony later this month.

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Inaugural men's conference draws 500-plus
May 18, 2015

According to keynote speakers at the inaugural Rochester Catholic Men's Conference, the open expression of spirituality on display should not be a one-day deal but serve as a way of life -- beginning immediately.

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Nun takes ministry to the Web
May 11, 2015

Sister Julie Vieira is following the Gospel call to "go out to all the world" (Mark 16:15).

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Archbishop urges prayers for victims of 'tragic train derailment'
May 13, 2015

Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput May 13 urged prayers for all affected by the Amtrak train derailment in the city's Port Richmond neighborhood that left at least six people dead and injured more than 200 others.

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Becket Hall will undergo changes
May 5, 2015

As Becket Hall observes its 50th anniversary this year, some changes lie ahead for the diocesan pre-theology program.

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Preschool teacher, SSJ professes final vows
May 6, 2015

Glorious. That's how several people, including Sister Melissa Rose Gernon and Father Ray Fleming, described the events of May 2, when Sister Gernon publicly professed her perpetual vows as a Sister of St. Joseph during a joy-filled liturgy at St. Monica Church, where Father Fleming is pastor.

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