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Bishop Monforton's Ordinary Time Message 2016

The Diocese of Steubenville is an ecclesiastical division of the Church governed and administered by a bishop who is subject to the ultimate authority of the Holy Father. The Diocese is the local Church, the People of God, all of whom assist the Bishop in the administration of the Diocese. A diocese usually receives its name from the See City and ordinarily the Bishop resides in that city. The Diocese of Steubenville comprises thirteen counties in Eastern Ohio. They are Athens, Belmont, Carroll, Gallia, Guernsey, Harrison, Jefferson, Lawrence, Meigs, Morgan, Monroe, Noble and Washington. This territory comprises 5,913 square miles with a total population  of 508,406 according to the 2012 federal census estimates. The Catholic Diocese of Steubenville was established on October 21, 1944 and the Most Reverend John King Mussio was appointed the  first Bishop on March 16, 1945. The Catholic population is approximately 33,769.

 

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Diocese of Steubenville
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Steubenville, Ohio 43952-5969
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"The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all." (Pope Francis) My fellow Franciscan University hiking team.pic.twitter.com/IvAmVfVHUA

"The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all." (Pope Francis) My fellow Franciscan University hiking team. pic.twitter.com/IvAmVfVHUA

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May we draw closer to the Immaculate Heart of Mary enabling us to be joyful witnesses of Jesus' Resurrection.

May we draw closer to the Immaculate Heart of Mary enabling us to be joyful witnesses of Jesus' Resurrection.

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As credible Christian ambassadors we need be both effectual in method and tenacious in spirit.

As credible Christian ambassadors we need be both effectual in method and tenacious in spirit.

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Pope Francis to Catechists: never tire of witnessing to Resurrection

(Vatican Radio) Keeping the central truth of our faith – that Jesus Christ is Our Divine Lord, that He died and is risen from the dead, never to die again – front and center in our lives, so as to witness always and everywhere to His divine Lordship and victory over death: this was the central theme and focus of Pope Francis’ homily on Sunday morning, which he delivered during the Mass he celebrated to mark the Jubilee of Catechists – on Sunday the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time and the Jubilee of Catechists in the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy.

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Pope Francis to deaf people: together for more welcoming Church, society

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis offered prayers and encouragement to deaf people everywhere on Sunday – the World Day of the Deaf, which marks the close of the International Week of the Deaf.

“I want to salute all deaf persons – some of whom are here [at the Angelus] – and encourage them to give their part for a Church and for a society that are both ever more ready and willing to welcome everyone.”

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Pope Francis: Bl. Engelmar Unzeitig CMM a model of charity

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis prayed the Angelus with the faithful gathered in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, following a Mass to mark the Jubilee of Catechists celebrated as part of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy.

In remarks to the faithful ahead of the mid-day prayer of Marian devotion, the Holy Father recalled the beatification – which took place in the German city of Würzburg on Saturday – of the Servant of God, Fr. Engelmar Unzeitig CMM, a Czech-born priest who ministered in Austria and was martyred in the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau.

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