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Denver Newsroom, Jul 20, 2020

The Congregation for Clergy on Monday published new guidelines for the world’s parishes, which aim to encourage parishes to think of themselves as missionary communities of evangelization.

The guidelines do not publish new norms or policies for parish life, but they do encourage Catholics to think prayerfully about what their parishes are, and what they’re for.

Read the full article for themes and takeaways »

Families of Parishes Announced;

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Diocese Renewal initiative seeking Volunteers

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MRT Leader Meets with Papal Nuncio

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