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Peter Zelasko
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Spreading the Gospel through social media. I'm passionate about the news, communication and staying informed.
Spreading the Gospel through social media. I'm passionate about the news, communication and staying informed.

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Pope Francis was made an Honorary Harlem Globetrotter on May 6th, before a crowd of over 50,000 pilgrims in St. Peter's Square.

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"A.D. The Bible Continues" is the latest project of the husband and wife team of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, who succeeded in bringing the stories of the Gospels to cable television in their 2013 series "The Bible." Read the full story here:

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They should put one of these signs in the sea of Galilee.
#FFHL #WalkonWater #HolyLand #Fraciscans
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“Be Catholic first and anything that flows from that is a rich bonus,” Olympic cross-country skier Rebecca Dussault said in Feb. 10 talk given at Katie Mullen's Irish Pub in downtown Denver as part of the archdiocese's Theology on Tap program.

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Gray said the school drew inspiration from Pope John Paul II’s 1993 visit to Denver.
“He wanted to show that the gospel belongs in the modern, high-tech, secular world,” Gray asserted. “Now here’s the Augustine Institute, answering his summons for an evangelization. And where are we? God provides for us to be right in the heart of the Tech Center.”

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Campbell said he intends the film to not only address how and why we celebrate Christmas in today's politically correct society, but also honor the soldiers and veterans who serve our country, “strap on the boots, and go in harm’s way.”

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Mauricio Kuri has come to believe that, like the teenage Mexican martyr he plays in the upcoming film "For Greater Glory," people must stand up for religious freedom.

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Blessed Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio is “a really strong character because you can see the transformation in him,” Kuri told CNA in an April 25 interview in Los Angeles.
“At the beginning he's just a young boy, naughty. He even makes a prank to the Father of the church, but you can see his transformation in his beliefs, and at the end he’s a martyr.”

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“We found out that it was as powerful as mission trips overseas for the transformation of the lives of the missionaries themselves,” said Dr. Jonathan Reyes,  president of Catholic Charities in Denver and co-founder of Christ in the City.
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