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Saturday, February 13, 2016
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  • ‘Where music and spirit come together’
    Conductor Sir Gilbert Levine – popularly called “the pope’s maestro” because of his nearly two decade friendship with Pope John Paul II – was honored Jan. 31 with the papal honor of the rank of Knight Grand Cross of the Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great.
  • March for Life marks 43rd anniversary of Roe decision legalizing abortion
    Catholic admonitions about inclusion mixed with strong political language before the March for Life got underway Jan. 22 in Washington. At a Jesuit-sponsored Mass for life at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church that morning, Father Paddy Gilger’s homily reminded a small group of students that because Jesus made an effort to be inclusive when he chose his disciples, they, too, should be respectful of others’ opinions.
  • Before blizzard, thousands of youth rally for life at Verizon Center
    Despite a the warning of a blizzard bearing down on Washington, D.C., thousands of pro-life young people gathered for the annual Youth Rally and Mass for Life sponsored by the Archdiocese of Washington on Jan. 22 at the Verizon Center.
  • Year after year, Capitol Hill church reliable way station for pro-lifers
    March for Life hospitality at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill Catholic Church starts at 4 a.m. That's when the first volunteers arrive at the basement parish hall to fire up 20 rented urns for coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
  • Restored organ connects parish to its roots of faith
    In 1879, a Steer & Turner tracker organ traveled by train from Westfield, Massachusetts, down the East Coast. At Union Station, it was loaded onto a horse and buggy, and installed at Immaculate Conception Parish in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington. For nearly 140 years, the instrument provided soul-lifting music during thousands of Sunday liturgies, weddings, and funerals.
  • Cathedral of St. Matthew, ‘landmark of faith in nation’s capital,’ celebrates 175th year
    Almost six weeks after Pope Francis prayed at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, Cardinal Donald Wuerl celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving celebrating the cathedral’s 175th anniversary. At the Nov. 1 Mass, he encouraged the cathedral’s parishioners and guests to emulate the lives of the saints.
  • Mercy in Our Lenten Journeys
    It feels as if we just got the Christmas decorations put away, and here we are in Lent already. Easter is about as early as it can get (March 27), so Ash Wednesday came six-and-a-half weeks after Christmas Day and only a month after the end of the Christmas liturgical season.
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