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Bishop Cistone's 2014 Christmas Greeting

Thursday, 18 December 2014 12:48

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A letter, containing the same message, also has been shared with all parishes through the Diocese of Saginaw.

Read more: Bishop Cistone's 2014 Christmas Greeting  [Bishop Cistone's 2014 Christmas Greeting]
 

Bishop Cistone’s Christmas Mass Celebration Schedule, Listing of Parish Mass Times Now Available

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 00:00

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Bishop Cistone’s Christmas Mass Celebration Schedule, Listing of Parish Mass Times Now Available

SAGINAW – The Most Rev. Joseph R. Cistone, Bishop of Saginaw, will celebrate three Christmas Masses, including Midnight Mass at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption in Saginaw. His Christmas Mass schedule includes the following times and locations:

-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 24 at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 5376 State St., Saginaw

-12 Midnight on Thursday, Dec. 24 at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, 615 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw

-9 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 25 at St. Stephen Church, 2711 Mackinaw Rd., Saginaw

A listing of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Mass times, as well as Mass schedules for the Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God, from parishes throughout the Diocese of Saginaw is available here and will be updated as Mass times are provided by parishes. 

 

House of Representatives Passes Religious Liberty Policies

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Lansing (MCC) – Michigan Catholic Conference today is applauding the Michigan House of Representatives for passing several bills that protect religious liberty rights for citizens and faith-based entities across the state. Creation of a Michigan Religious Freedom Restoration Act, conscience protections for faith-based child placement agencies, and school attendance records that respect religious holidays all passed the House this afternoon and now await consideration from the State Senate.

“For the House of Representatives to pass out these important policies today indicates the level of respect that lawmakers have for religious liberty,” said Tom Hickson, MCC Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy. “Diversity and tolerance are welcoming principles for Michiganders; what better way to promote these values than to uphold First Amendment religious freedom rights.”

The three religious liberty issues passed by the House today are:

Read more: House of Representatives Passes Religious Liberty Policies  [House of Representatives Passes Religious Liberty Policies]
 
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