Learn more about the anti-abuse hotline coming from the
at Child Protection
Learn why adults could use playgrounds too at Health & Wellness
Find out details and instructions on how to notify USCIS
about a change of address
Learn the difference between being an immigrant and
being an emigrant
at Immigration Resources
Resources for the new Liturgical Year A are still listed
Grants are available for a variety of ongoing education
and formation events. Get inspired to participate with
December 3, 2019
Every year, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Black
Friday, and Cyber Monday people take the time to give
back to their community.
December 25, 2019
Merry and blessed Christmas to you. History.com presents
a brief history of this sacred day covering both its
religious and secular observances.
January 15, 2020
Feast Day of St.
Arnold Janssen, SVD
Founder of the Society of the Divine Word, St. Arnold
Janssen (1837-1909) became a priest and took upon
himself the service of the Church in proclaiming the
Gospel. He was canonized on October 5, 2003.
January 18-25, 2020
Week of Prayer
for Christian Unity
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an opportunity
for Christians worldwide to join together in prayer for
visible Christian unity. For more background information
on this event, visit the Graymoor Ecumenical and
Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute
USCCB's Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
January 24, 2020
March for Life
This event is listed on the Datebook Plus page but it is
worth mentioning here too. Details on the March for Life
events, Conference, Rally and March, can be found at
January 28, 2020
Feast Day of St.
Joseph Freinademetz, SVD
St. Joseph Freinademetz was a Society of the Divine Word
missionary who spent 29 years (1879-1908) serving the
people of China. He was canonized (along with St. Arnold
Janssen, SVD) on October 5, 2003 by Pope John Paul II.
March 20, 2020
The Spring Equinox marks the beginning of spring in the
Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of fall in the
Southern Hemisphere. The equinox happens at the same
time around the world with both hemispheres receiving
equal exposure to the sun's rays.
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