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  1. Dane and everybody, I would like you guys to know that I, along with many others in my Archdiocese are praying for your Diocese during this transition between bishops. I live in the Archdiocese where Bishop Wester is the new Archbishop. We look forward to welcoming him as our new shepherd. God bless.

  2. Great site. I noticed, though, that for today’s evening prayer, it gives a link to click on if you are celebrating the Ascension on Sunday. However, if you do that, it takes you to the evening prayer for Wednesday, while if you stay on the first page, the prayer is in fact Evening Prayer I for the Solemnity of the Ascension. I hope this makes sense.

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