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- Bishop Malooly’s Priorities for the future of the Diocese of Wilmington
- Pope Francis declared that a Year of Consecrated Life (YCL) be celebrated throughout the world.
- Weather-Related School Closings
- Sainthood cause for a native of the Maryland Eastern Shore endorsed by U.S. bishops
- Bishop Malooly’s recent Delaware Voice column on Pope Francis’ visit to Philly on delawareonline.com
- Support No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and the Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Acts
- Talk with your loved ones on end-of-life issues.
- Join the Catholic Advocacy Network
- We give thanks.
- The Season of Advent begins on November 30th.
Sainthood cause for a native of the Maryland Eastern Shore endorsed by U.S. bishops
Father Paul Wattson, who was ordained an Anglican priest but became a Catholic and whose legacy includes the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, observed each January, was born on January 16, 1863, in Millington, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, now in the Diocese of Wilmington. Read his story in The Dialog.
We give thanks.
Celebrate Thanksgiving. Find Catholic thanksgiving prayers, read stories on giving thanks, and send e-cards.
The Season of Advent begins on November 30th.
Beginning the Church’s liturgical year, Advent (from, “ad-venire” in Latin or “to come to”) is the season encompassing the four Sundays (and weekdays) leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The USCCB has many Advent resources, including an interactive Advent calendar, downloadable family Advent calendar, information about Advent wreathes, blessings for wreathes and Christmas trees and more. Click here for the USCCB’s Advent web page. AmericanCatholic.org’s Advent web page features Advent e-cards, Advent activities for families, videos, reflections and more. Visit AmericanCatholic.org here. […]
Catholic High School Placement Test to be held on Dec. 6th & 7th
A Catholic high school education in the Diocese of Wilmington is a gift of faith and academic excellence for each student enrolled. In addition to an academic program of highest quality, teaching and learning are infused with Catholic faith. In the classroom, through extracurricular activities, on the playing field and through service to others, Catholic high schools develop young men and women who are faith-filled, competent, and confident as they prepare for college and career