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    • October 19
      61st Annual Red Mass to Honor Four
      WORCESTER, MA – The St. Thomas More Society of Worcester will honor four individuals at the 61st annual Red Mass on October 28, 2018 at 10:15 a.m. at the Cathedral of St. Paul, Chatham and High streets, Worcester. Most Reverend Robert J. McManus, Bishop of Worcester will be the celebrant for the Mass and present the awards. Honorees are Judge Austin T. Philbin, retired justice of the Clinton District Court; William E. O’Neil Jr. Esq., partner in the law firm of Philbin and O’Neil of Clinton; David T. Bunker, Esq., retired, director of Gould & Ettenberg, P.C., of Worcester, and Worcester Police Officer Sean M. Lovely Sr.
    • October 19
      Celebrate Priesthood! Photo album
      Click here for photo album of Thursday night's "Celebrate Priesthood!" which was attended by more than 300 laypeople and about 100 priests.
    • October 19
      Celebrating our priests
      Celebrating our priests October 19 At the “Celebrate Priesthood!” gala in St. Vincent Hospital’s atrium Thursday night, hundreds of people gathered for a "Taste of the Diocese," but more importantly to honor their spiritual leaders. The event raises money for retired priests.
    • October 18
      Will there be a new school in Milford?
      The possibility of starting a new Catholic school in Milford is the focus of a survey just posted online. Father Peter J. Joyce, pastor of St. Mary of the Assumption Parish in Milford, told The Catholic Free Press this week about his dream for a school closely tied to the parish in teaching the faith and incorporating diversity.
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