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​Solemn Vespers Homily On the Evening Preceding the Ordination of Bishop-Elect Michael Boulette

March 20, 2017 | posted by Auxiliary Bishop Michael Boulette

1.Una vez mas, sean bienvenidos todos ustedes esta noche.Me siento mas que honrado por su presencia aqui.In truth, I am comforted and encouraged to know that I am accompanied by you on this prayerful journey para aceptar otra llamada al servicio en la Iglesia y para ella.

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Episcopal ordination Mass of Auxiliary Bishop Michael Boulette to air live on CTSA; be livestreaming

March 18, 2017 | posted by Archdiocese of San Antonio

The episcopal ordination Mass of Auxiliary Bishop Michael Boulette, to be held Monday, March 20, at 2 p.m. at St. Mark the Evangelist Church in San Antonio, will air live on Catholic Television of San Antonio, Spectrum Cable Channel 15. In addition, the liturgy will also be livestreamed on the Catholic Television of San Antonio Facebook page, as well as the Facebook page of the Archdiocese of San Antonio.

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​Archdiocesan dispensation for St. Patrick’s Day

March 13, 2017 | posted by Archdiocese of San Antonio

As a general rule, the obligation of abstinence from meat on Fridays of Lent is an important element of the Church’s observance of the penitential nature of this holy season.

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​He’s back! Pope Francis returns to Rome grateful for spiritual retreat

March 10, 2017 | posted by Catholic News Agency

After spending a week in Ariccia with members of the Curia for their annual Lenten spiritual exercises, Pope Francis returned to the Vatican Friday with words of gratitude and his own brief reflection.

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