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Diocese of Tucson

A Statement by Cardinal DiNardo, President of USCCB.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Two weeks ago, I shared with you my sadness, anger, and shame over the recent revelations concerning Archbishop Theodore McCarrick. Those sentiments continue and are deepened in light of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report. We are faced with a spiritual crisis that requires not only spiritual conversion, but practical changes to avoid repeating the sins and failures of the past…

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Video Statement from Bishop Weisenburger

Aquí está mi video en español para nuestra comunidad hispanohablante.

Bishop Edward J. Weisenburger message to the faithful of the Diocese of Tucson regarding Pennsylvania Grand Jury report on Pennsylvania dioceses.

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Pope revises catechism to say death penalty is 'inadmissible'

VATICAN CITY (CNS) - (August 2, 2018) - Building on the development of Catholic Church teaching against capital punishment, Pope Francis has ordered a revision of the Catechism of the Catholic Church to assert "the death penalty is inadmissible because it is an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the person…

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Faith in action

The Catholic Church has a long history with immigration and in "welcoming the stranger." Check the Catholic Outlook for information on what the Holy Father's words about immigrants and refugees, a timeline highlighting the words of past pope's and a story about a visit by Sister Donna Markham, president of Catholic Charities USA, to the international border and her observations from a national perspective. Also learn more about Casa Alitas and the work Catholic Community Services provides for migrants.

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Our call to protect: The 'Circle of Grace'

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The Word teaches us God’s truth

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Let us pray: Sunday Mass on air in Tucson

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The Catholic Church has a long history with immigration and in "welcoming the stranger." Check the Catholic Outlook for information on what the Holy Father's words about immigrants and refugees, a timeline highlighting the words of past pope's and a story about a visit by Sister Donna Markham, president of Catholic Charities USA, to the international border and her observations from a national perspective. Also learn more about Casa Alitas and the work Catholic Community Services provides for migrants. (pages 8-13)


♦ Compassion and advocacy: Pope Francis on migration
♦ Compasión y acción: El papa Francisco y la migración
♦ Charities president calls migrants’ suffering ‘unimaginable’
♦ Young adults invited to grow faith through Prayer & Action
♦ Find out about Diocesan events in your local area.

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