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“The Fathers of the Church often spoke of the concept of “otium sanctum,” or “holy leisure.” Holy leisure is not about doing what we want. It's about taking the time to do the important things that we let ourselves put off the rest of the week. It is about spending time with family— quality time, face time, truly giving ourselves over—and giving our lives to God. This summer, make sure you make time for holy leisure.”
— Paul Senz, CNS, “What Is ‘Holy Leisure’”
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Pray with us today and each day of the #Fortnight4Freedom: http://www.usccb.org/…/fortnight-for-fre…/upload/6-Truth.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

Pray with us today and each day of the #Fortnight4Freedom: www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/religious-liberty/fortnight-for-freedom/upload/6-Truth.pdf

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Bishop Ronald W. Gainer

Bishop Ronald W. Gainer
Eleventh Bishop of Harrisburg

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