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Have you been putting off establishing a will and other important documents as part of your Estate Plan? You are not alone!

You’re invited TUESDAY, MARCH 28 to an informational seminar to explain the process of Catholic estate and personal financial planning.  Two 90 minute sessions will be offered: 1:00PM & 7:00PM, in Moran Center. Representatives from the Archdiocese will discuss these important topics:

  • Catholic teaching on end-of-life decisions (advance healthcare directives, proper planning, funerals)
  • The importance for individuals and couples to have a Will and other critical documents in place
  • Vehicles and tools for financial planning and charitable giving

RSVP to parishcenter@ollnr.org or call us 818-349-1500 to reserve your seat. Thank you for your consideration in attending this important seminar.


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Don't lose your humanity in refugee debate, US bishops say

Washington D.C., Mar 22, 2017 / 08:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The intense debate over U.S. refugee and migrant policy is a chance to meet newcomers and understand others' concerns, the country's bishops have said, warning against fear and mistreatment of others.

“It is necessary to safeguard the United States in a manner that does not cause us to lose our humanity,” said the March 22 statement from U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' administrative committee. “Let us not lose sight of the fact that behind every policy is the story of a person in search of a better life. They may be an immigrant or refugee family sacrificing so that their children might have a brighter future. As shepherds of a pilgrim Church, we will not tire in saying to families who have the courage to set out from their despair onto the road of hope: 'We are with you.'” Immigrant or refugee families may themselves be seeking security from extremist violence, the bishops said.

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Gorsuch made an important distinction when asked about assisted suicide

Washington D.C., Mar 22, 2017 / 04:11 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch made a crucial ethical distinction in his response to questions about doctor-prescribed suicide during his confirmation hearing on Wednesday, said one ethicist.

When asked what his views were on end-of-life care in the case of a terminal patient enduring unbearable pain, Gorsuch replied that “anything necessary to alleviate pain would be appropriate and acceptable, even if it caused death. Not intentionally, but knowingly. I drew the line between intent and knowingly.”

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Catholic college's new bridge too Catholic, neighbors complain

Philadelphia, Pa., Mar 22, 2017 / 03:40 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A bridge featuring crosses on the property of Villanova, a Catholic university in a Philadelphia suburb, will be built despite complaints from some local taxpayers. After an hour long debate, the Board of Commissioners of the township of Radnor voted 6-0 last month to approve the controversial pedestrian bridge that will connect Villanova University's main campus with an expansion of the campus.

The crux of the debate was the two, 4-foot 7-inch crosses planned for the top of the bridge, which will be visible to travelers on Route 30 underneath. Some local taxpayers complained that the school was crossing the line of separation of church and state by placing the crosses over a public road.

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Pope greets participants in Vatican water conference

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has greeted participants in a Vatican conference on the value and values of water promoted by the Pontifical Council for Culture.

Wednesday, March 22, marks the 25th iteration of World Water Day, instituted by the United Nations in 1992.

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Pope: 'current migration crisis greatest tragedy after WW2'

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has called for an ongoing commitment to welcome and integrate forced migrants and refugees and described the current migration phenomenon as the world’s greatest tragedy after the Second World War.


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Pope sends video message for World Youth Day 2017

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis sent a video message to young people on Tuesday to help them prepare for the XXXII World Youth Day, which is being celebrated at the diocesan level on Palm Sunday, 9 April 2017.

The theme of this year's WYD is “The Mighty One has done great things for me” (Lk 1:49).

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