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The Evangelist
Thursday, April 26, 2018

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  • Cooking class benefits food pantry patrons
    On April 11, four women chopped peppers, diced green onions and grilled up black bean burgers in the kitchen of St. Luke’s parish center in Schenectady.
  • Mass-goers excited by Divine Mercy benefits
    On April 8, Catholics from all over the Albany Diocese gathered at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany for the annual diocesan Divine Mercy Sunday celebration, led by Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger.

    AN EASTER EGG HUNT at Holy Mother and Child parish in Corinth/Lake Luzerne last weekend was sponsored by the ninth- and 10th-grade faith formation classes.
  • Nurse's Way of the Cross presented in Wynantskill
    On March 16, nurses and laypeople from parishes across the Albany Diocese gathered at St. Jude the Apostle parish in Wynantskill to attend this year's Nurse's Way of the Cross.
    "It's so moving," said Johanna Flanigan, a parish trustee and coordinator of the event, which is sponsored by the Trinity Community Nursing Outreach program.

  • Castleton symbol of Lent:
sand in holy water fonts
    Sacred Heart parish in Castleton is trying an unusual method to help Catholics prepare for Easter Sunday: filling the church's holy water fonts with sand.
    THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS for children brought together families at St. Patrick's parish in Cambridge last weekend to learn about Jesus' journey to Calvary in an interactive way.
  • Parish prayers go all-out for groundskeeper's grandson
    When Sarah Schwartz of Holy Trinity parish in Hudson/Germantown found out her nine-week-old son, Lincoln, had spinal muscular atrophy type 1, her first thought was, "My son is going to die."
  • Discussion group helps post-confirmation teens
    Each month, a group of high school seniors gathers at Immaculate Conception parish in Glenville. They ponder their future, their careers and their faith.
  • 'Super Freeze'
prepped St. Pius 
for Super Bowl
    In the parish center of St. Pius X Church in Loudonville, a little girl stood in front of an inflatable football goal, looking determined. With a foam football in her hand and her eyes locked on the target, she sent the ball soaring through the air and into the goal -- a perfect shot.
    THE ANNUAL father-daughter dance at Immaculate Conception parish in Glenville put dads and daughters on the dance floor last weekend.

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