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Oct 19th 2017
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API Seminar in April 2010 at RRC, Tucson, AZ

API Seminar in April 2010 at RRC, Tucson, AZ

Dear Friends in the API Ministry,

I hope this email finds you well. I hope your summer has been good with ample time of rest, relaxation and vacation.

With this email, I am happy to announce the third annual seminar on API ministry. With the help of Eunice Park, I was able to assemble speakers and brainstorm topics relevant to the theme of Ministering with Second and Third Generation Asian and Pacific Americans. If you recall, this is the theme that the API leaders agreed upon at the last seminar in 2008 in Tucson . As you can imagine, the ministry with second and third generation API is truly challenging. It calls us to alter ministerial methodology, style and new way of thinking. It calls us to be humble in our approach. This seminar will present us with those challenges and hopefully equip us with earnest response.

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USCCB Officials Welcome President Obama's Statements On Abortion, Care For The Poor In Response To Health Care Address

USCCB Officials Welcome President Obama's Statements On Abortion, Care For The Poor In Response To Health Care Address

WASHINGTON - Calling it an important contribution to a crucial national debate, officials speaking on behalf of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops welcomed President Obama's September 9 address on health care reform, particularly his statements regarding abortion and the uninsured.

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Bishop Murphy Reflects On Economic Challenges And Dignity Of Work In U.S. Bishops’ Labor Day Statement

Bishop Murphy Reflects On Economic Challenges And Dignity Of Work In U.S. Bishops’ Labor Day Statement

WASHINGTON — “This Labor Day, we should take a moment to pray for all workers and all those without work” said Bishop William F. Murphy of Rockville Centre, N.Y., in “The Value of Work; the Dignity of the Human Person,” the annual Labor Day statement of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). He added, “We should also ask God’s help in living out the Church’s call to defend human life and dignity, to protect workers and their rights and to stand with the poor and vulnerable in difficult economic times.”

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LIFE IN THE SPIRIT SEMINAR (Youth & Young Adult)

LIFE IN THE SPIRIT SEMINAR (Youth & Young Adult)

Dear Fathers, brothers and sisters,

On behalf of Bishop Tod Brown, I invite all of you to come to this Seminar. Come to receive the Power of the Holy Spirit! This Seminar is for Youth and Young Adult of different ethnic communities (English, Vietnamese, Spanish, Koreans, Philippines, Indonesians. ...). Please share this goodnews to all young people of your groups! Forward the Flier to your friends! May God bless you all! (CLICK HERE for more information)

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USCCB STAFF MEMBER ENCOURAGES CATHOLICS TO READ THE BIBLE WITH TEN POINTS FOR FRUITFUL SCRIPTURE READING

WASHINGTON - Reading the Bible should begin with a prayer to open our hearts and minds to the Word of God and end with "a prayer that this Word will bear fruit in our lives, helping us to become holier and more faithful people." The notion of prayer being the beginning and end of reading the Bible is one of 10 points for fruitful Scripture reading for Catholics offered by Mary Elizabeth Sperry, Associate Director for Utilization of the New American Bible at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).

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