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    • January 19
      WORCESTER – Visiting Haitians shared some of their struggles – and faith and love – with people in the Worcester Diocese, before leaving for home Wednesday. The visitors – students and others involved with the diocesan Haitian Apostolate – prayed for benefactors, received Bishop McManus’ blessing, lunched with Chancery staff and school children and visited the zoo in Providence.
    • January 19
      WEBSTER – Bishop McManus will celebrate a Mass of Christian burial at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, in St. Joseph Basilica for Father Joseph R. Bielonko, 85, who died last Sunday in St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester.
    • January 15
      A celebration last month paid tribute to the reach and accessibility of the Religious of the Assumption, and their collaboration with St. Peter Parish in Worcester.
    • January 15
      Community – leading to Christ. That’s a key reason to be “religious,” not just “spiritual,” according to Father Donato Infante, associate pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Charlton. He was speaking Jan. 9 at The Compass Tavern in Worcester for Theology on Tap, a monthly gatherings for people ages 18-39, organized by the diocese’s youth and young adult ministry.
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