MADISON -- In a world rendered often unstable and tense, "people turn to moral authority seeking clarity and guidance."
That's what Archbishop Celestino Migliore, apostolic nuncio and permanent observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, told those attending his May 12 talk at the Overture Center in Madison.
Archbishop Migliore's address at the Overture Center in Madison was part of the Diocese of Madison's St. Thérèse of Lisieux Lecture Series.Two sources of that moral authority are the Catholic Church and the United Nations. Archbishop Migliore said that Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon invited Pope Benedict XVI to speak at the U.N. recently because the pope represents a moral authority. Full story ...
Bishop of Madison to lead Eucharistic procession through streets of Madison; offer brief remarks
On Sunday, May 25th, the Diocese of Madison will celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi -- the Feast of the Eucharist of the Body and Blood of Christ -- with a Eucharistic Procession led by Bishop Robert C. Morlino.
This is the second annual procession of this kind through the streets of downtown Madison.
The procession will begin from St. Patrick Church (404 E. Main Street) at the conclusion of the Bishop's 11:00 AM Stational Mass. The procession will follow Main Street to the Capitol Square, then proceed to the North Hamilton Street approach to the Capitol. There, parishioners from the Spanish Mass at Holy Redeemer will join the procession to hear remarks by Bishop Morlino. After the Bishop speaks, the procession will return via State Street to Holy Redeemer Church (120 W. Johnson Street), where Benediction will be celebrated. Full story ...
MADISON -- "Bringing Light to Our Society" is the theme of the 54th annual Madison Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (MDCCW) convention to be held Tuesday and Wednesday, June 17 and 18, at the Bishop O'Connor Center here.
On Tuesday, pre-convention day registration opens at 10 a.m. After a noon lunch, the MDCCW board will meet until 3:45 p.m. At 4 there will be a prayer service and Benediction.
At 6:30 a banquet will be served preceded by a hospitality reception at 5:30. The Glory Singers from St. Martin Parish, Martinsville, will furnish the entertainment. Full story ...
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