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LOCAL DIOCESAN NEWS

The Way of the Cross

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Baton Rouge, in coordination with St. Joseph Cathedral and St. Vincent de Paul, is again hosting the annual Downtown Way of the Cross on Good Friday, April 19. The procession will begin at the Cathedral at 9 AM, and will conclude at 10:30 AM. Call (225) 336-8700 for additional information.

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Planned Giving

In One Sentence, Make the Impossible Possible

Remember the Diocese of Baton Rouge in Your Will or Living Trust

What if all you had to do to ensure our organization can be successful for years to come is to write a simple sentence? Sound impossible?

Securing the future of those we serve really is as simple as one sentence. By including a gift to the Diocese of Baton Rouge in your will, you can support our mission tomorrow without giving away any of your assets today.

Read more . . .

And, for additional information concerning Diocese of Baton Rouge Planned Giving options, please visit the “Plan My Legacy” page through the Office of Stewardship website: 
http://officeofstewardship.planmylegacy.org

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  • Bruised, But Not Broken

    Bruised, But Not Broken

    Successful modern horse trainers think it unfortunate that the various stages involved in training a horse are often known as horse breaking. The act of breaking a horse in a far gentler manner than that suggested by the term might surprise some. Because horses have long been essential contributors to commerce, transportation and warfare, historic documents related to

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  • In Remembrance

     

    In Remembrance

    From the Stewardship Today Archives, January 2006

    “He took a cup, gave thanks, and said, ‘Take this and share it

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  • Giving, a Thoughtful Response

    In the typical retail checkout line, consumers negotiate a sensory version of the punitive gauntlet, assailed on either side by rack and row of magazines and mints, tools and toys. And we buy. We buy impulsively. Marketing firms know we do. So do retailers. A magazine for the long ride, a pack of gum for after the party, a candy bar for the kids, a gift card for a friend.

    Researchers have long asked how and

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  • The Prayers of the Saints: St. Paul the Apostle

    The Prayers of the Saints: St. Paul the Apostle

    From the Stewardship Today Archives, January 2007

     

    More New Testament texts are attributed to the Apostle Paul than to any other author, and as a first

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  • The New Evangelization, at Home and Abroad

    The New Evangelization, at Home and Abroad
    From the Stewardship Today Archives: January 2009
         

    “In regard to young people, it is said that they have a horror of the artificial or false and that they are searching above all for truth and honesty. These

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