As individuals, families and parishes, our mission as the Diocese of Worcester is to respond joyfully to Christ’s call to become more fully the People of God. Though imperfect, we are a blessed people striving to participate in Christ’s mission of reaching out to all. Therefore, we accept the Gospel challenge, which calls us to bring another to a deeper knowledge and love of God. Since God calls us to live in community in the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves in this time and place to becoming a prayerful and faith-filled Church that truly reflects the glory of God.
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Charter TV3 moved to Channel 193 on cable boxes. If you no longer see the Daily Mass, Sunday Mass, Family Rosary or weekly specials on Channel 3 on your Charter cable box, go to Channel 193.
Archbishop Kurtz, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has called for a nationwide collection during the month of September to assist Catholic Charities in its efforts with local parishes and agencies. I join my voice with his in asking for your support for a special collection to be taken up on the weekend of September 18 in the Diocese of Worcester. All donations will be forwarded to the national office coordinating relief. Any person who may not have an opportunity to donate in a parish can make an online donation to Catholic Charities USA on the web at catholiccharitiesusa.org.
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Bishop Robert McManus of Worcester encourages everyone to read Archbishop Lori's Response to the Chairman of the US Commission on Civil Rights. "People of faith have often been the ones to carry the full promise of America to the most forgotten peripheries when other segments of society judged it too costly." READ COMPLETE STATEMENT
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