Recent Examples of diocese from the Web
The tax credit program has the support of Catholic dioceses all over the state.
Interest in serving the deaf community varies widely from one diocese to another, Coughlin said.
But the Idaho diocese sees recent enrollment as cause for optimism.
The religious ceremony of installation will begin Perez's leadership and authority over the Cleveland diocese.
Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Covington will mark an important milestone on Aug. 27 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Drees Pavilion in Devou Park.
The trigger for the ongoing investigation into Jane Sanders came in January 2016 when a lawyer representing a Roman Catholic parishioner in the Burlington diocese filed a complaint with federal authorities about the land deal.
The Griffith Co., which donated the land at 3209 Via Lido to the diocese in 1945, raised the deed restriction issue with Bruno in 2015 after the bishop agreed to sell the site to a developer that planned to build luxury townhomes there.
Arias also worked in Aurora at Our Lady of Good Counsel and with DeKalb's Hispanic Ministry, according to the diocese.
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