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St. Gregory Barbarigo School in Garnerville begins its celebration of Catholic Schools Week with a student-led parish Mass Sunday, Jan. 28, at 9 a.m. The Feeding Our Neighbors food drive begins Monday, Jan. 29, with a Literacy Day for students. On Wednesday, Jan. 31, students can prove their skills in a Minute to Win It game. On Thursday, Feb. 1, students will wear their class colors as they watch the eighth-grade volleyball game. Friday, Feb. 2, is a day for teacher appreciation. The week will conclude on Saturday, Feb. 3, with a fashion show at 7 p.m. at Patriot Hills. more
Television news reporter Magee Hickey and the Hickey family present “Don’t Fence Me In: An Evening of Cole Porter,” a fund-raising tribute to the legendary Cole Porter, featuring cabaret singer Stacy Sullivan and special guest stars, Saturday, Feb. 3. more
New policies put in place by the civil rights office of the federal Department of Health and Human Services won praise from two former presidents of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. more
In remarks broadcast to the March for Life from the White House Rose Garden, President Donald Trump said that his administration “will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the right to life.” more
Pope Francis called on indigenous people of the Amazon to work with missionaries and bishops to shape a Church with an “Amazonian and indigenous” face. more
"The Commuter" (Lionsgate) Lively action sequences help mask the muddled premise of this Liam Neeson vehicle. He plays a police officer-turned-insurance-salesman who, on the very day he is let go from the latter job, finds his train trip home to the suburbs transformed into a test of character when a stranger (Vera Farmiga) offers him a large sum to identify one of his fellow passengers on the basis of a few scanty clues. more
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced at her daily press briefing Jan. 17 that President Donald Trump will become the first president to address the March for Life live from the more
The annual poll of Americans’ views on abortion sponsored by the Knights of Columbus indicates that more than three-fourths continue to want “significant restrictions” on abortion access, even though a slim majority describe themselves as “pro-choice.” more
At the Jan. 6 Mass opening the 150th anniversary year of Epiphany parish in Manhattan, Cardinal Dolan was the principal celebrant. A reception followed in the parish hall. A celebratory parish dinner … more
Sister Kevin John Shields, O.P., accepted a citizenship award on behalf of the volunteers with whom she has served over the last 40 years. The regional catechetical director for Orange and … more
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