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May 11, 2015 | Volume 90 Number 14

End of life issues require thorough planning

Three different speakers at a discussion on end of life issues made it clear that all adults should have advance medical directives in place so their wishes will be carried out in a medical emergency situation or if there is a long lingering illness with no hope for recovery.

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St. Bede’s mobile food pantry helps all

Through its new mobile food pantry, St. Bede Parish in Williamsburg is helping to feed approximately 100 households in the area each month.

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Fr. Breslin marks 50 years as a priest

When Father Michael Breslin felt he was ready to tell his parents that he wanted to be a priest, he felt it would be easier for him to do so through a note.

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Death penalty: We must respect the sanctity of even ‘unlovable’ lives

This year, through the advocacy of the VCC, our Church spent considerable time opposing legislation related to the death penalty.

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believe as you pray by Genevieve McQuade Ascension of the Lord

in light of faith by barbara hughes
Living Stones


Msgr. Walter Barrett celebrates 40 years as priest

Reflecting on 40 years of priesthood, Msgr. Walter Barrett says he is somewhat amazed time has passed so quickly.

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Radford’s new Campus Catholic Ministry house opens

Radford University Catholic Campus Ministry has a new home in a new building on a lively street right across from the busiest part of the campus.

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Roanoke Catholic School celebrates 125 years

Roanoke Catholic School marked its 125th anniversary on April 23, bringing together hundreds of people on the campus overlooking the city for a joyous celebration of its life and legacy in the community.

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Eucharistic adoration brings special blessings

Whenever you feel like visiting Jesus, you can go to St. Matthew’s Parish in Virginia Beach. You are always welcome.

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St. Mary’s Woods, Richmond

Sharing the joy of the Gospel with our Migrant Farm worker communities throughout the diocese

False Accusations





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