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The Evangelist
Friday, May 25, 2018

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  • Program teaches life skills for people fighting poverty

    Rosanna Castro choked back tears as she delivered a speech to her fellow graduates May 16 at the diocesan Pastoral Center in Albany. Ms. Castro is one of 13 graduates from the second class of “Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World,” a program offered through Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany.

  • Police memorial Mass includes dedication of ‘Father Lefebvre Way’
    The 32nd annual memorial Mass for deceased members of the law enforcement community was offered May 8 at St. Mary’s parish in Albany by Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger. Police officers, law enforcement representatives and relatives from across New York State came to honor their fallen colleagues and loved ones.
  • Help honor vets by placing flags on graves
    On Memorial Day, fallen soldiers and war veterans who rest at St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands will be honored with American flags placed on their graves. However, the tradition could become a thing of the past without more volunteers offering to help.
    CATHOLICS PARTICIPATED IN a walk titled, "No Borders for Workers," held May 1 in Albany. The event included an outdoor interfaith prayer vigil and a walk to the city's Townsend Park to show solidarity with local immigrants.
  • ‘Heart of Nuba’ tells of Catholic doc’s service, selflessness
    In the new documentary, “The Heart of Nuba,” an inspiring true story is told about Dr. Tom Catena, an American physician at Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. Dr. Catena is a native of Amsterdam in the Albany Diocese.
  • Knotting cord rosaries keeps retiree busy
    For more than a decade, Nancy Krosky of St. Clare’s parish in Colonie has been making rosaries entirely out of nylon cord — no metal or glass included. Each “bead” of the rosary is formed by creating several knots; even the cross is created entirely of knotted cord.
  • Troubled past soothed by becoming Catholic
    At nine years old, Marcella Clark was homeless.
    "We bounced around a lot," she explained. "We went from friend's place to friend's place. It was all a blur."
  • Bob Becker Jr. may be retired, but he is still putting in countless hours of work for local veterans.
  • Soldiers reflect on 
service and faith
    "You just have to come to grips with the fact that the second you get on that helicopter or the second that truck gets out of the last gate, this might be the last night for you," said Sgt. Conor O'Malley.
  • Sisters' many vocations efforts
    The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet keep trying to help people in the Albany Diocese learn more about religious life.

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