Dios nos ha dado un diseño para una vida matrimonial feliz. Hemos pasado más de 50 anos ignorándolo y vemos los resultados en una sociedad dañada. No podemos permanecer en silencio.
Bishop James S. Wall
God has given us a blueprint for a happy married life. We have spent more than fifty years ignoring it, and we can see the results in a broken society. We can be silent no longer.
Growing up, Bishop Wall and his two brothers played football for their dad's teams, and the lessons they learned from their father carried over into adulthood.
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Vocations and the Virgin Mary, with Guests Fr. Greg Schlarb, Fr. Steve Davoren, and Fr. Greg Menegay
The four clerics discuss their vocation paths and the power of a personal relationship with Mary.
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For anyone who has ever visited our Diocesan offices, receptionist Ella Roanhorse has become like a longtime family member.
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