Tag Archives: Archdiocese of Washington

Will the Catholic Church Become a Relic?

Sally Quinn, who writes the Washington Post’s “On Faith” blog, ran a particularly snarky piece in the Post last Saturday in which she asked if the Catholic Church will become a relic. Nice of Sally to worry about us, I … Continue reading

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How We Can Spread the Light of Christ

Guest Post by Donald Cardinal Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington One of my favorite childhood memories of the Advent season centers on the annual lighting of the Advent wreath.  I remember the feeling of anticipation each week as another candle was … Continue reading

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HHS Mandate Threatens Washington Archdiocese With Fines Twice Operating Budget

Failing to comply with the Obama Administration’s HHS Mandate could mean “the Archdiocese of Washington could face penalties that are more than double its operating budget,” the Archdiocese says. The Archdiocese says it can’t comply with the Obama HHS Mandate … Continue reading

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