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Rights and Duties of Parents - USCCB

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Natural Family Planning Program ♦ United States Conference of Catholic Bishops ♦ 3211 Fourth St., NE ♦ Washington, DC 20017 ♦ 202/541-3240 ♦ nfp@usccb.org The spouses have the inalienable right to found a family and to decide on the spacing of births and the number of children to be born, taking into full consideration their duties

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Citas seleccionadas del papa Francisco por tema - USCCB

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Citas seleccionadas del papa Francisco por tema Este documento del Departamento de Justicia, Paz y Desarrollo Humano de la USCCB es una recopilación de citas y extractos útiles de discursos, mensajes, homilías y audiencias del papa Francisco. Esta recopilación informal no es exhaustiva; no cubre todas las cuestiones.

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The Sunday Homily - USCCB

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The document Preaching the Mystery of Faith: The Sunday Homily was developed by the Committee on Clergy, Consecrated Life, and Vocations, of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in collaboration with the Committees on Doctrine, Divine Worship,

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God’s Gift of Forgiveness - USCCB

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ: “Peace be with you!” With these words, the Risen Lord greeted his frightened Apostles in the Upper Room on

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John of God - USCCB

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John of God. 1495–1550. Feast Day—March 8. It is unclear whether he was taken from his Portuguese parents . or left freely, but at just eight years old, John lived apart from his parents. He then led an irregular life in Spain and worked at various times as a shepherd, an estate manager, a book seller, and a soldier.

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Summary of Roe v. Wade - USCCB

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1973 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that women had a constitutional right to abortion, and that this right was based on an implied right to personal privacy emanating from the Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments. In Roe v. Wade the Court said that a fetus is not a person but "potential life," and thus does not have constitutional rights of its own.

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Working - usccb.org

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Pray for the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe for justice, that those living in poverty will be comforted and lifted up, and that they will receive a lasting opportunity to preserve their human dignity through meaningful work. R/. Lord, hear our prayer. For …

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Responsible ParenthoodResponsible Parenthood - USCCB

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family group, of temporal society, and of the Church herself. ... and should be submissive toward the Church's teaching office, which authentically interprets that law in the light of the Gospel. That divine law reveals and protects the integral meaning of conjugal love, and impels it toward a truly human ... The very nature of marriage and its ...

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Words in the Roman Missal, Third Edition Parts of ... - USCCB

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Creed: A brief, normative summary statement or profession of Christian faith. ˜ e Nicene Creed, which is recited or chanted at Mass, comes from the Councils of Nicea (AD 325) and Con-stantinople (AD 381). Canon of the Mass: ˜ e central part of the Mass, also known as the Eucharistic Prayer or anaphora, which is the prayer

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Program of Priestly Formation - USCCB

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Decree of Promulgation On June 16, 2005, the members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops approved the Program of Priestly Formation (fifth edition) as the Ratio institutionis sacerdotalis for the United States to be observed in seminaries for the formation of …

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Celebrating the Lord’s Day - USCCB

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Celebrating the Lord’s Day O n Sunday, we gather as the Body of Christ to celebrate the Lord’s Day, the day of Christ’s Resurrection: As “the fi rst day of the week” (Mk 16:2) it recalls the fi rst creation; and as the “eighth day,” which follows the sabbath, it symbolizes the new creation ushered in by the Resurrection of Christ.

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Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi: The Word of God in the ... - USCCB

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ning of your baptism. (St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Mystagogical Catechesis, in St. Cyril of Jerusalem: Lectures on the Christian Sacraments, ed. F. L. Cross [Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1995], § I.1) What St. Cyril demonstrates is that instruc-tion on the sacraments benefits from the perspec-tive of having celebrated them.

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Catholic Hymnody at the Service of the Church: An ... - USCCB

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Jul 23, 2019 · the mystery. The Scriptures themselves, inspired and authoritative, are the fruit of the Church at prayer; the 1 The guidelines offered in this document apply to lyrics composed for any music intended for use in the Sacred Liturgy or in …

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Laudato SI Discussion Guide - USCCB

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Laudato Si’ del papa Francisco. El título está tomado de la primera línea de la encíclica, “Laudato Si’, mi’ Signore”, o “Alabado seas, mi Señor”. En las palabras de este hermoso cántico, san Francisco de Asís nos recuerda que nuestra casa común es como una hermana con quien compartimos nuestra vida y una

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What is Systemic Racism? - USCCB

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there is still much work to do. As Christians, we are constantly called to examine our own hearts and consciences for how we might contribute to or break down racial divisions, intolerance, and discrimination. The failure to act to end systemic racism hurts those who are

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Prayers - USCCB

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Mary, Mother Most Holy, You sanctified the vocation of motherhood; Pour out your heavenly aid on all mothers and help them to be holy. R. Mary, Mother of Sorrows, Simeon’s prophecy foretold that a sword of suffering would pierce your heart; Bring comfort and hope to all mothers who suffer over their children. R. Mary, Full of Grace,

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Praying with Body, Mind, and Voice - USCCB

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the people after the consecration and again before inviting the people to Holy Communion. ORANS The priest frequently uses this ancient prayer posture, extending his hands to his sides, slightly elevated. Orans means “praying.” Early Christian art frequently depicts the saints and others standing in this posture, offering

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Chastity - USCCB

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Chastity is the joyous affirmation of someone who knows how to live self-giving, free from any form of self-centered slavery. The chaste person is not self-centered, not involved in selfish relationships with other people. Chastity makes the personality harmonious. It matures it and fills it with inner peace. ...

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Catholic Social Teaching on Poverty, an Option for ... - USCCB

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religious institutions can do, (3) what the private sector can do, and (4) what the government can do to work together to overcome poverty” (p. 14). “The Catholic way is to recognize the essential role and the comple-mentary responsibilities of fami-lies, communities, the market, and government to work together to overcome poverty and advance

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John Paul II’s Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe - USCCB

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and sins in the Sacrament of Penance, which gives peace to the soul. We beg you to grant us a great love for all the holy Sacraments, which are, as it were, the signs that your Son left us on earth. Thus, Most Holy Mother, with the peace of God in our conscience, with our hearts free

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ADVENT CALENDAR 2021 - usccb.org

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St. Joseph acted as the faithful protector of both Mary and Jesus. St. Joseph, defender of life, pray for us! Today is the Memorial of St. Ambrose, one of the Doctors of the Church. He baptized St. Augustine and is the patron saint of catechumens. Today, pray for those seeking to join the Church. On this Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception,

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Laudato Si’: On Care For Our Common Home - USCCB

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especially Sir Brother Sun, who is the day and through whom you give us light. And he is beautiful and radiant with great splendor; and bears a likeness of you, Most High. Praised be you, my Lord, through Sister Moon and the stars, in heaven you formed them clear and precious and beautiful. Praised be you, my Lord, through Brother Wind,

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Catholic Social Teaching Scripture Guide - USCCB

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John 4:1-42 Jesus broke with societal and religious customs to honor the dignity of the Samaritan woman. Romans 12: 9-18 Love one another, contribute to the needs of others, live peaceably with all. 1 Corinthians 3:16 You are holy, for you are God’s temple and God dwells in you. Galatians 3:27-28 All Christians are one in Christ Jesus.

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Racism and Education - USCCB

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denied that right. Before Emancipation in 1863, teaching enslaved black people to read and write was illegal. After slavery ended, for the next century, almost every school in the U.S. was segregated. Further, public schools for minorities were given limited resources. By the 1960s, the great majority of African-Americans, Native Americans,

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ACTION GUIDE - USCCB

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after Mass, or even highlighted during the homily. Sample announcements are included below to help you invite others to join in these important prayer opportunities. 3. Preach on respect for human life on January 22 and the weekend prior. Sample homily helps are provided to aid priests and deacons in preaching on respect for human life

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Marriage - USCCB

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8 CIC, cc. 1056, 1134, 1141; CCEO, cc. 776 §3, 853. 8 citizens. The importance of marriage for children and for the upbringing of the next generation highlights the importance of marriage for all society. Conjugal love, the love proper to marriage, is present in the commitment to the complete

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WORD OF LIFE JANUARY 2022 - usccb.org

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• 9 Days for Life (January 19 – 27, 2022) 9 Days for Life is a novena for the protection of human life. Each day’s intention is accompanied by a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life. Participants can receive the novena by subscribing to daily emails or text messages. (A printable version is also available ...

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A Scriptural Way of the Cross for Lent - USCCB

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fall asleep in the face of these realities on the other side of the world. Instead, Jesus calls us to stay awake – to stay with him and our brothers and sisters around the world and support them in their struggle for peace. He calls us to keep watch with him and pray, to be persistent in our calls and prayers for

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ABSTINENCE FASTING & LENTEN - USCCB

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during Lent. Ages 14+ How do we fast? When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal. to a full meal. Am I excused from fasting and abstinence? Those that are excused from fast and abstinence outside. the age limits include the. physically. or mentally ill

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The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy During ... - USCCB

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1 “Often it is the people closest to us who need our help. We should not go out in search of some unknown business to accomplish. It is better to begin with the simplest, which the Lord tells us is the most urgent.”

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Prayer to St. Josephine Bakhita - USCCB

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We ask for your prayers and intercessions for those enslaved among us. Amen. P rayer to St. Josephine Bakhita. Santa Josefina Bakhita, cuando niña, fuiste vendida como esclava y tuviste que pasar indecibles dificultades y sufrimiento. Una vez liberada de tu esclavitud física,

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Black Catholic History Rosary - USCCB

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Jul 04, 2014 · thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. ... that one day Daniel Rudd be raised to the highest honors of the altar and that the National Black ... in guiding our Congress and Supreme Court not to undo the laws that gave countless numbers of

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PARTICIPANT’S GUIDE - usccb.org

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strategic plans or managing pastoral parish ministries through objectives. Synodality is about the entire People of God journeying together to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to become holy. “The Pastors, established by God as ‘authentic guardians, interpreters and witnesses of …

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Prayer for Married Couples - USCCB

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Prayer for Married Couples Almighty and eternal God, You blessed the union of married couples so that they might reflect the union of Christ with his Church: look with kindness on them. Renew their marriage covenant, increase your love in them, and strengthen their bond of peace so that, with their children, they may always rejoice in the gift of

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17-028 Living as Missionary Disciples - USCCB

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Divine Pedagogy and Human Methodology ... Parish Catechists of Children as Partners with Parents and Families ... Evangelization, and the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. Pope Paul VI reawakened the Church’s evangelizing mission, St. John Paul II heralded the call

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Un Rosario para la Sanación y Protección - USCCB

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La Agonía en el Huerto En medio de su gran sufrimiento, Jesús oraba aún más intensamente, y el su-dor le caía a tierra como grandes gotas de sangre. (Lc 22:44) Muchas víctimas de abuso sexual infantil sufren en silencio por años, luchan-do a solas con la agonía del recuerdo y el dolor. Oremos para que en la Igle-

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Intercessions for the Year of Consecrated Life - USCCB

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For those who are called to the consecrated life, may they be faithful witnesses of God’s love. May others be inspired to live their baptismal commitment by professing the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. We pray to the Lord… For all who actively support the promotion of vocations to the priesthood and

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ACTION GUIDE - USCCB

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available, such as homily notes, prayer intercessions, and the novena. Ask what your parish might do to observe this important celebration. Most importantly, ask what you can do to help. Perhaps emailing him the homily notes directly will save him time. Or, he may ask if you can send the prayer intercessions to another parish staff member.

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Sample Liturgies for Atonement and Healing - USCCB

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Table of Contents Introduction Page 3 Mass of Atonement - Archdiocese of Milwaukee Page 4 ... in Christ by renouncing whatever is the source of pride and sin, so that the ... my portion in the land of the living.” ...

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Incorporated into Christ’s Body, Sent on Christ ... - USCCB

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can repeat in an individual way the words of Jesus: ‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord’ . . . (Lk 4:18-19)”

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The Gospel of Life - USCCB

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children, he faced great suffering, loss, and hardship in his early life. His elder sister had died in infancy, his mother and brother by the time he was 12, and his father when he was only 20. He witnessed firsthand the invasion and occupation of Poland by German forces, the rise of communism, and the scourge of Nazism.

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DAY ONE - usccb.org

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mother’s womb, to every person approaching death, all are loved perfectly and completely by God: “It is therefore a service of love which we are all committed to ensure to our neighbor, that his or her life may be always defended and promoted, especially when it is weak or threatened [emphasis added]” (Evangelium vitae 77).

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PRIMER DÍA - usccb.org

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América, el 22 de enero (o el 23 de enero, cuando el 22 de enero cae en domingo) será observado como un día especial para orar por el pleno restablecimiento de la garantía legal del derecho a la vida, y de la penitencia por la violación a la dignidad de la persona humana cometidas mediante actos de aborto”. (Instrucción General del Misal

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DAY ONE - usccb.org

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Grant us the humility to accept help when we are in need, and teach us to be merciful to all. Through our words and actions, may others encounter the outstretched hands of Your mercy. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen. Heavenly Father, thank you for the precious gift of life. Help us to cherish and protect this gift, even in the midst of

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Selected Quotes of Pope Francis by Subject - USCCB

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tribes of Israel, symbolically it represents all the people. And this tells us that when food is shared equally, with solidarity, nobody is devoid of the necessary, each community can meet the needs of the poorest. Human ecology and environmental ecology go …

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Catholic School FACT Sheet - USCCB

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graduates attend college. (McDonald & Schultz, 2016) • A black or Latino child is 42% more likely to graduate from high school and 2.5 times more likely to graduate from college if he or she attends a Catholic school. (Neal, 1997, p. 108) The Catholic school emphasis on lived Christian community stimulates parental engagement:

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Strengthened by the Spirit, Called to Action - USCCB

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QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION [Charity in Truth], no. 5). The Holy Spirit “harmonizes” our hearts with Christ’s heart and moves us to love others as Christ loved when he washed the disciples’ feet and gave his life for us (Pope Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est [God Is Love], no. 19). At Confirmation, we recommit to participate in the Church’s

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Fratelli Tutti - USCCB

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Invite groups to record their top three highlights for sharing with the larger group. 1. Fratelli Tutti takes its inspiration from St. Francis of Assisi who, as Pope Francis reminds us, “did not wage a war of words aimed at imposing doctrines; he simply spread the love of God” (no. 4).

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