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    • July 18
      The Diocese of Worcester has announced that applications are now available for the St. Vincent Community Healthcare Fund grants. This is the twentieth year for grants since it was established in June 1998. Forms with eligibility requirements are available through the Office of the Chancellor, Diocese of Worcester, 49 Elm St., Worcester, MA 01609, phone 508-929-4345 or fax at 508-754-2768 or email ssmillie@worcesterdiocese.org. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 31, 2018 .
    • July 17
      Photo album from Steubenville East
      Young people and chaperones from the Diocese of Worcester were among the 2,500 people who attended Steubenville East July 13-15.
    • July 16
      American 'family' join Colombian priest at home
      Traveling to Colombia to help, newly ordained Father Victor Sierra celebrate his ordination at the first Mass in his home parish was a pilgrimage, a cultural eye-opening, and a little bit of a vacation. Deacon David Vaillancourt tells the story.
    • July 13
      Diocesan finance council reorganized with new bylaws (Bylaws attached)
      The Worcester Diocese reorganized its Diocesan Finance Council by updating bylaws, Father Richard F. Reidy said this week. He credited Patricia L. Jones, outgoing chairwoman, for her leadership in the adoption of the new bylaws, approved by Bishop McManus.
    • July 9
      Young adults tackle genetics questions at Theology on Tap
      WORCESTER – Altering genetic material could lead to improved health for some human beings, and injustice for others. Father José A. Rodríguez, pastor of Holy Family of Nazareth Parish and Holy Trinity Chapel in Leominster, raised these issues at Theology on Tap June 5.
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