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- Students from St. Elizabeth High School will present the Passion of Christ on the March 29th Palm Sunday edition of Catholic Forum.
- 40 Days for Life continues through March 29th.
- Promote Life: Repeal Delaware’s Death Penalty.
- Bishop Malooly asks Delaware Legislators to support death penalty repeal.
- Bishop Malooly’s Holy Week & Easter schedule announced.
- Help Pope Francis support Christians in the Holy Land on Good Friday, April 3rd.
- Pilgrimage of the Official Relic of St. John Paul II will be in the Diocese of Wilmington on April 15th & 16th
- Do you think you may have a calling to the priesthood? Come And Seek on April 15 in Easton or April 22nd in Wilmington.
- Learn how to serve a diverse Church at Building Intercultural Connections (B.I.C.) on May 16th.
- Catholic Charities receives grant from Walmart Foundation
Promote Life: Repeal Delaware’s Death Penalty.
In a recent letter to Members of the Delaware Legislature, Bishop Francis Malooly urged the passage of a bill to repeal the death penalty in the State. The letter stated, “Many crimes are so heinous they seem to cry out for the ultimate punishment of death. However, life, every life, is a gift from God, and God alone is ‘the master of both life and death.’” The Bishop added, “The belief that life is precious, every life, and that life […]
Deepen your understanding of Lent.
The three traditional pillars of Lenten observance are prayer, fasting and almsgiving. The Church asks us to surrender ourselves to prayer and to the reading of Scripture, to fasting and to giving alms. Use these links to deepen your understanding of Lent: Pope Francis’ Message for Lent 2015. Living Lent Daily features prayers, thoughts and more each day to inspire you throughout your Lenten journey. A new article will become available daily throughout Lent. Lent Calendar and links to new […]
Save transportation stipends for Catholic school families.
The Delaware General Assembly is back in session and we need your help to save the minimal stipend that help Delaware’s Catholic School families. Won’t you please take a minute to send an email to your representatives and the Governor and urge them to keep the transportation stipend? Even if you sent an email to your representative in the past, we are asking you to do it again.
The Annual Catholic Appeal helps our diocese serve the most vulnerable.
“He Reveals Himself … in the Breaking of the Bread” is the theme for this year’s campaign. Bishop Malooly believes that theme coincides well with the intent of the church’s ministries. “All of our efforts supported by the Annual Catholic Appeal seek to reveal God’s love to today’s world, just as God revealed himself after the Resurrection to the disciples on the road to Emmaus – and continues to reveal himself to us today at every Mass – through the […]
Plan today to join us on March 28th for the sixth annual CYM Pilgrimage.
Join one thousand youth, young adults, and families this year as we walk the city streets of Wilmington with Bishop Malooly, carrying the Pilgrimage Cross from parish to parish. Plans include opening prayer, entertainment by the incredible Catholic musician, Steve Angrisano, the chance to celebrate Reconciliation, to kneel before the Blessed Sacrament, experience the Stations of the Cross, and stop by St. Francis Hospital for a special blessing of the patients. Click here for details.
Support the work of Catholic Charities at the Annual Tribute Dinner on April 15th.
Rocco Abessinio, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Applied Bank and Roch Capital, Inc., and his wife Mary, Chief Executive Officer of the Abessinio Family Foundation, will receive the Msgr. Thomas J. Reese Award at Catholic Charities Annual Tribute Dinner on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. Bishop Malooly will present the award at the dinner to be held at the ChaseCenter on the Riverfront. Click here for details. Click here to order tickets.
Celebrating a Year for Consecrated Life.
Sisters Eileen Eager and Cecelia McManus look back at how their 30-year ministry at Seton Center in Princess Anne, Maryland began.