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Abortion: out of sight, out of mind

February 02, 2016

Making a Difference
By Tony Magliano

Due to the blizzard that hit the mid-Atlantic, my bus never made it to the 43rd March for Life in Washington, D.C. But thousands of others were able to brave the snow and wind to witness to the dignity of unborn human life, and to protest the gravely immoral practice of legal abortion in the United States.

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Danielle Rose to Perform at Catholic Underground | February 06, 2016

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Listen to Danielle's song "Pursue Me"

BRIDGEPORT—Catholic recording artist Danielle Rose will perform at the next CATHOLIC UNDERGROUND evening set for Saturday, Feb. 13, 7:30 pm at Saint Ann Parish, Bridgeport. The evening will begin at 7:30 pm with Eucharistic Adoration, prayer, praise and worship music and the availability of Confession followed by her performance, which is prayerful, meditative and profoundly moving. It is open to all.

Uplift the World | February 05, 2016

CONVIVIO, a worldwide high school congress, was introduced to the U.S. in 2010 by the Diocese of Bridgeport. This year the Convivio weekend, held at Sacred Heart University Friday-Sunday, March 4-6, will take its theme from the Jubilee Year of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis. “Uplift the World” will be an opportunity for teens to explore and experience the Lord’s Mercy in a new and life-changing way.

Paul Chu Interviews Danielle Rose | February 06, 2016

In this interview Paul Chu of the Sacred Beauty Project, who helped bring Catholic Underground to the Diocese of Bridgeport, speaks with Catholic singer/songwriter Danielle Rose about her music ministry, her commitment to women and children across the globe, and her own spiritual journey.

Teens to Fast 30 Hours to Fight Hunger | February 04, 2016

NORWALK—St. Philip Parish will again be participating in World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine during the weekend of February 27-28. Over the past 13 years, more than 1,200 middle and high school students have raised in excess of $298,000 to fight hunger both globally and locally.

Christian Music Pioneer and TV Host John Michael Talbot coming to Monroe | February 04, 2016

MONROE—Christian music legend, best-selling author and host of The Church Channel’s popular TV show “All Things Are Possible”, John Michael Talbot, is coming to St. Jude Church for three special evenings, April 25, 26 & 27, 2016.

St Joseph High School Students Sign National Letters of Intent | February 03, 2016

TRUMBULL—St Joseph High School located at 2320 Huntington Tpke. Trumbull, Connecticut is pleased to announce senior student athletes who signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at a press conference.

National Catholic Schools Week! | February 03, 2016

BRIDGEPORT—National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2016 is January 31-February 6.

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CAPP holds educators breakfast in March | February 01, 2016

FAIRFIELD—Thomas W. Burnford will be the keynote speaker at Sacred Heart University’s Eighth Annual Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice (CAPP) Educators’ Communion Breakfast on Sunday, March 13. His talk is titled “Why I Send My Kids to Catholic School.”

Catholic Art in the Style of Norman Rockwell | February 01, 2016

NEW HAVEN—Whether you’ve seen many or just a few of his scores of paintings and illustrations primarily for the cover of Saturday Event Post, you’ll easily remember and identify Norman Rockwell’s work.

Bishop Reflects on Jubilee of Mercy | January 29, 2016

BRIDGEPORT—In this video Bishop Caggiano reflects on the celebration of the  Jubilee Year of Mercy in the diocese and the importance of responding to the call of Pope Francis to welcome God’s mercy into our own lives.

Sweet Somethings | January 28, 2016

STRATFORD—St. Mark School recently conducted a school-wide collection of “goodies” for the men and women serving in the Armed Forces in Kuwait.

Appeal provides funding to implement Synod Renewal | January 28, 2016

GREENWICH—Serving the needy and reaching out to evangelize the young and those who have left the Church were very much on the mind of speakers who gathered last night at the reception to launch the Annual Catholic Appeal in the Greenwich area.